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How do I modify the global expect timeout in Playwright Test?

Answer

Yes, you can modify the global expect timeout in Playwright Test by updating your playwright.config.ts file. The default expect timeout is 5 seconds for web-first assertions like expect(locator).toHaveText(). To change it, use defineConfig() from @playwright/test and set a new value for expect.timeout.

Here's an example of how to set a global expect timeout of 10 seconds:

import { defineConfig } from '@playwright/test';

export default defineConfig({
  expect: {
    timeout: 10000,
  },
});

This change will apply the new 10-second timeout to all web-first assertions in your tests. However, be cautious when modifying timeouts, as it may affect test performance and reliability. Consider the impact on your tests before making any changes.

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