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Selenium Python format options

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Hi. I am using Selenium IDE on Firefox.

I want to set the format of my scripts to Python. I am giving 2 options to choose from......

Python 2 (WebDriver) & Python 2 (Remote Control).


Which one should I choose?

I am just getting started on this.

Also on a side note: Can I open up a test case in the IDE in Python format?
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No, you cannot open up a test case in IDE in Python or any other language--only HTML tests can be *read* by IDE.
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It only answered half my question. Thanks nevertheless
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