Official Selenium Blog

May 30, 2011

Selenium IDE 1.0.11 – Now with Firefox 4 Support!

Filed under: Releases — Samit Badle @ 6:16 pm GMT+0000

We know that you have been waiting eagerly for this release and you have to wait no more. Selenium IDE 1.0.11 is now here and you can get it from the seleniumhq download site. The update will also be pushed to you automatically over the next couple days.

Other things of note around this release
Release Notes
Where to log bugs
Welcome Selenium IDE 1.0.11 (with Firefox 4 support)


  1. I wanted to thank everyone who was involved in putting together this release. I have heard that many of you no longer use Sel-IDE. It is my belief that this is still a very valuable tool in a QA engineer’s arsenal. Sel-IDE has helped me provide easy visibility into defects through its ease of use and ability to get automated tests developed quickly.

    I appreciate very, very much the commitment to maintaining and extending Sel-IDE. Thank you again.

    Dave Harrison
    Summerville, SC

    Comment by Dave Harrison — May 31, 2011 @ 5:14 pm GMT+0000 | Reply

  2. I completely agree with Dave’s comment. On the VIVO project, our entire Selenium effort is based around Selenium IDE. Our test suite is created and maintained by an non-coder. It currently consists of hundreds of tests with thousands of steps, and it’s all done in Selenium IDE.

    Thanks for the great tool.

    Jim Blake
    VIVO project, Cornell University

    Comment by Jim Blake — June 1, 2011 @ 4:06 pm GMT+0000 | Reply

  3. […] Firefox 4 support. Finally. And just in time for people to start agitating for Firefox 5 support. official announcement, unofficial […]

    Pingback by A Smattering of Selenium #51 « Official Selenium Blog — June 6, 2011 @ 11:53 am GMT+0000 | Reply

  4. I agree with Jim and Dave. The IDE’s usefulness is unquestionable. Thank you for the continued support.

    Comment by Robbie Grant — June 15, 2011 @ 1:44 pm GMT+0000 | Reply

  5. I also agree – this is a terrific tool .. thank you .

    We have hundreds of script written in perl using RC …

    Recent posts do not include anything specific for perl ?

    Comment by Jerry — June 15, 2011 @ 2:16 pm GMT+0000 | Reply

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