org.fest.swing.exception.ComponentLookupException: Unable to find component using matcher org.fest.swing.core.NameMatcher[name='wallet_created_status', type=javax.swing.JLabel, requireShowing=true]. ...

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Unable to find component using matcher org.fest.swing.core.NameMatcher[name='ok', requireShowing=false]. Component hierarchy: org.fest.swing.test.TestFrame[name='testFrame', title='Test', enabled=true, showing=true] javax.swing.JRootPane
org.fest.swing.exception.ComponentLookupException: Unable to find component using matcher org.fest.swing.core.NameMatcher[name='wallet_created_status', type=javax.swing.JLabel, requireShowing=true]. ...
at org.fest.swing.core.BasicComponentFinder.componentNotFound(BasicComponentFinder.java:271)
at org.fest.swing.core.BasicComponentFinder.find(BasicComponentFinder.java:260)
at org.fest.swing.core.BasicComponentFinder.find(BasicComponentFinder.java:254)
at org.fest.swing.core.BasicComponentFinder.findByName(BasicComponentFinder.java:191)
at org.fest.swing.fixture.ContainerFixture.findByName(ContainerFixture.java:527)
at org.fest.swing.fixture.ContainerFixture.label(ContainerFixture.java:247)
at org.multibit.hd.ui.fest.use_cases.create_wallet.CreateWalletReportUseCase.execute(CreateWalletReportUseCase.java:47)
at org.multibit.hd.ui.fest.requirements.WelcomeWizardCreateWallet_en_US_Requirements.verifyUsing(WelcomeWizardCreateWallet_en_US_Requirements.java:46)
at org.multibit.hd.ui.fest.MultiBitHDFestTest.verifyWelcomeWizardCreateWallet_en_US(MultiBitHDFestTest.java:109)

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