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Have an option to automatically delete browser hitory when doing a HTTP reording
Every time I do a http recording it's best practice to delete browing history, even cookies, in fact RPT tells us so, see first picture.
Why not have a check box somewhere on this dialog in second picture
1. tester does new HTTP test from recording
2. a brower launches
3. initial page says to delete browsing history
4. tester my ignore this advise or not know how to do it or spends time doing it
5. if not done test can fail, it's common for a test to fail if cookies aren't cleared.
6. this means tester has to do a new recording all over again
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