The ZebraTester menu structure is somewhat different from other applications. Menu options are always context-sensitive; that is, only options relevant to the current operation are displayed. Also, there is no "main menu" or "main application window" (even though one of the menus has the title "Main Menu").
However, without either Firefox or Chrome browser extension, you must reconfigure your Web browser before you will be able to record a Web-surfing session. This is described in the Installation Guide, Chapter 3:
Load tests can also be transmitted and started on remote computers. Similarly, a “single” load test can be divided up and run on several computers, in which case the load-releasing computers are combined into a "virtual" application cluster.
ZebraTester follows the philosophy that almost all functions can be done by using the GUI, without requiring programming knowledge. Nevertheless, it is also possible to modify the automatically-generated load test programs manually. You can freely modify the program on this "second-level" according to your needs; however, you should remember that the modifications are not protected from being overwritten when the load test program is generated again. You should be sure that you have already made all Var Handler definitions, such as defining Input Files and User Input Fields, before you start modifying the program code.