Unity HUD in Unity in Unity 6.6 & Lenses Testing (archived)

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Test-case hud/show

Tap ALT once
The HUD should appear, with "Type your command" text in the input field
The Unity Launcher should desaturate
Type any text to search for menu entries
The HUD should display entries matching the given search entry
Tap ALT once again
The HUD should close

Test-case hud/show-hide

Tap ALT once
The HUD should appear
Press escape
The HUD should close
Tap ALT once again
Click outside of the HUD area
The HUD should close

Test-case hud/normal-menu

Open any application
Press and hold ALT
The menu contents should appear on the global Unity panel

Test-case hud/arrow-navigate

Tap ALT once to show the HUD
Type any text in the HUD search input field that returns more than one entry
Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to navigate through the displayed entries
The currently selected entry should light up and have a thicker border

Test-case hud/mouse-navigate

Tap ALT once to show the HUD
Type any text in the HUD search input field that returns entries
Click on one of the displayed menu entries
The clicked menu entry command should be executed

Test-case hud/cancel-search

Tap ALT once
The HUD should appear
Type any text in the HUD search input field
Press escape
The HUD should still be visible, but the list of entries empty and the search field displaying the default "Type your command" text

Test-case hud/search

Open gedit
Move the mouse cursor to the global menu area of the Unity panel
The gedit menu should become visible
Open the menu and locate a random menu entry (e.g. Quit, Preferences)
Tap ALT once to show the HUD
Try finding the menu entry as located during step 3 - using the HUD search field
After typing in text representing the menu entry it should appear in the list of recommended entries
Using the UP and DOWN arrows navigate to the entry of interest
Press ENTER
The selected menu command should be executed (e.g. if Quit was selected, gedit should quit)

Test-case hud/search-indicators

Click on any of the system indicators (located in the right-most part the panel)
Locate a random menu entry
Tap ALT once to show the HUD
Try finding the menu entry as located during step 2 - using the HUD search field
After typing in text representing the menu entry it should appear in the list of recommended entries
Using the UP and DOWN arrows navigate to the entry of interest
Press ENTER
The selected menu command should be executed

If all actions produce the expected results listed, please submit a 'passed' result.
If an action fails, or produces an unexpected result, please submit a 'failed' result and file a bug. Please be sure to include the bug number when you submit your result.

ReporterLast updateBugsComment
Passedisraeldahl2012-09-29 16:17
HUD doesn't display relevant content (#1058755)
In: indicator-appmenu (Ubuntu)
Status: Invalid
Importance: Undecided
Assignee:
1 reports, 6 comments, 1 subscribers, 0 duplicates
1058755

HUD works, but not as expected. I activate it, and expect it to find relavant material, but it locates things in random programs, and not the current one. Not sure if this is a bug (unintentional) or in progress (intentional... will add more menu support in time) never-the-less I reported it as a bug

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Passedsmartboyhw2012-09-23 09:45Link to the testcase revision
Passedradumstoica2012-09-21 15:56Link to the testcase revision
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