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I create a Nunit easyRepro test. I installed easyRepro using NuGet and copied TestSettings.cs from sample project. I changed the namespace of the TestSettings.cs in my project but I am having error 'BrowserOptions' does not contain a definition for UCIPerformanceMode for the last line of the below code.
public static BrowserOptions Options = new BrowserOptions
BrowserType = (BrowserType)Enum.Parse(typeof(BrowserType), Type),
PrivateMode = true,
FireEvents = false,
Headless = false,
UserAgent = false,
DefaultThinkTime = 2000,
RemoteBrowserType = (BrowserType)Enum.Parse(typeof(BrowserType), RemoteType),
RemoteHubServer = new Uri(RemoteHubServerURL),
UCITestMode = true,
UCIPerformanceMode = true
Do we really need to set UCIPerformanceMode since I commented out without causing any error when run my test. Is UCIPerformanceMode obsolete since I have NuGet latest stable version of easyRepro?
Thanks very much for all your reply!
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