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you will have to share some code for us to understand what is going on

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Hi, thanks for your answer. Here's the test:

$this->browse(function (Browser $browser) {
            $browser->visit('/')
                ->assertSee('Login')
                ->assertSee('Remember Me');

            $browser->loginAs(8)
                ->visit('/')
                ->assertSee('Dashboard')
                ->assertDontSee('Crea')
                ->click('#depositsmenu')
                ->assertSee('Crea')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->click('#productionmenu')
                ->assertSee('10 giorni')
                ->assertSee('Batterie')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->assertSee('Crea')
                ->click('#assistancesmenu')
                ->assertSee('Accetta')
                ->click('#ordersmenu')
                ->assertSee('Crea')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza preordini')
                ->click('#shipmentsmenu')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->assertSee('Cerca scheda')
                ->assertSee('Cerca smartcard')
                ->assertSee('DDT')
                ->assertSee('Temporanea')
                ->click('#ddt')
                ->assertSee('Crea vuoto')
                ->click('#temporary')
                ->assertSee('Crea')
                ->click('#smartcardsmenu')
                ->assertSee('Trova')
                ->assertSee('Report sostituite')
                ->assertSee('Registrazione senza chiavi')
                ->assertSee('Registrazione con chiavi')
                ->assertSee('Associazione da file')
                ->assertSee('Annulla associazione')
                ->assertSee('Rimanda e-mail')
                ->click('#customersmenu')
                ->assertSee('Crea')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->assertSee('Importa')
                ->click('#productsmenu')
                ->assertSee('Inserisci')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->click('#invoicesmenu')
                ->assertSee('Crea')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->click('#meritocracymenu')
                ->assertSee('Assistenze')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->click('#interventionsmenu')
                ->assertSee('Inserisci')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->click('#paymenttypesmenu')
                ->assertSee('Crea')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->click('#paymentwaysmenu')
                ->assertSee('Crea')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->click('#usersmenu')
                ->assertSee('Crea')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->click('#permissionsmenu')
                ->assertSee('Crea')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->click('#softwaremenu')
                ->assertSee('Crea')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->click('#manufacturersmenu')
                ->assertSee('Crea')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->click('#lottypesmenu')
                ->assertSee('Crea')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->click('#producttypesmenu')
                ->assertSee('Crea')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
                ->click('#settingsmenu')
                ->assertSee('Crea')
                ->assertSee('Visualizza')
            ;
        });

test says:

Did not see expected text [Accetta] within element [body]. Failed asserting that false is true.

but the screenshot:

https://ibb.co/mSCMDM6

as you can see the string "Accetta" is there. Thanks a lot

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  1. is account 8 your user account ? if not could you login as user 8 and see if they see the same thing
  2. is the id of the menu item correct ( your test expects to click on #assistancesmenu does it exist)

I would maybe add a test to see that each of the top level menu items exists before drilling down into the sub menus

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actually that is my id, and #assistancesmenu does exists. Point is if I remove the assertions after that one, it work. Then I add one by one, and looks like when they become too many, it fails - that's why I speak of performances problem.

Thanks a lot

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Hey,

I am not sure if your front-end is using javascript, but what I can recommend to try is use waitForText instead of assertSee.

assertSee does an immediate check after the previous one. waitForText gives the page a few seconds for the text to become visible.

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Hi Rob,

thanks a lot for the suggestion! actually with waitForText it works!

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