To help you refactor your test scripts, we now support copy/paste between scripts... as in... between tabs in the same browser, or from page load to page load.
This means that tests copied on one script can be pasted into another script even after navigating to another script in the same or a different project.
It also means that tests copied in a script viewed on one tab can be pasted into a script open on a different tab.
The only restrictions are that it will only work within the same account and on the same browser.
As before, you can paste copied tests above or below the current selection.
By default, Ctrl-V (or Cmd-V on a Mac) will paste after the current selection, or at the end of the script if there is no selection (press Escape to clear the selection).
Shift-Ctrl-V (or Shift-Cmd-V) will paste before the current selection, or at the top of the script if there is no selection.
Copying a row will automatically include all the child rows (indented rows) of the current selection, making it very convenient to select and copy significant portions of a script in just a few clicks.
Ctrl-X remains unsupported, but is simple to achieve by first copying with Ctrl-C then deleting with Del or Backspace. The copied (now cut) rows remain in the clipboard after the deletion and can be pasted back to the same script or a different script after navigation or change of tabs
HTML5 localstorage is well supported these days, so it should work in the major/modern browsers. We have tested the new copy/paste on IE9/IE10 on Windows7/8, and Safari/Firefox/Chrome on OSX, but if you have any issues, please get in touch - email@example.com.