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Test smells are known as bad development practices that reflect poor design and implementation choices in software tests. Over the last decade, test smells were heavily studied to measure their prevalence and impacts on test maintainability. However, these studies focused mainly on the unit level and to this day, the work on system tests that interact with the System Under Test through a Graphical User Interface remains limited. To fill the gap, we conduct an exploratory analysis of test smellsarXiv:2111.02317v1 fatcat:6l4t5hqikndcfemlosafsmgvke