This thread is trying to answer question "Why can't my code find the Iframe anymore? Was it changed on recent versions?"
Related Ask AI answer for "What should I do if I can't find the Iframe in my code using Playwright/test?".
I'm sorry, but without specific details, it's hard to say why your code can't find the Iframe. It's possible that recent versions of @playwright/test have made changes that affect Iframe handling.
To troubleshoot, start by checking the official Playwright documentation for any updates or changes related to Iframes. Also, look at the release notes or changelogs for the version of Playwright you're using.
If you're still stuck, reach out to the Playwright community. Other developers may have faced similar issues and can offer guidance.
Remember, software libraries and frameworks like Playwright often undergo updates and improvements. Staying up-to-date with documentation and seeking support from the community can help you navigate these changes.
For more insights on handling flaky tests in Playwright, you might find this blog post helpful: Mastering the Art of Detecting and Handling Flaky Tests in Playwright.
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