Following some feedback from many of our customers, we added a cool feature which creates and accepts a baseline automatically whenever you run a test for the first time in a new execution environment (OS, browser or screen resolution). This feature eliminates the manual effort required for approving an initial baseline for existing applications and makes this process fully automated.
Following the addition of this feature, when you run a test for the first time, it automatically creates a baseline for you (there is no need to manually accept and save this baseline through the Applitools Eyes Test Manager), and next time you run this test on the same platform, it will automatically be compared against this baseline.
Users that still prefer to use the original behavior where every time you run a test for the first time on a new platform, the test will appear as 'New' in the Applitools Eyes Test Manager and you will need to manually approve the baseline can use the following syntax to change the new default to the original behavior:
Ruby: eyes.save_new_tests = false
Java: eyes.setSaveNewTests = (false);
.NET (CodedUI + Selenium .Net): eyes.SaveNewTests = false;