Gedit in Gedit in Ubuntu Global Jam / Raring Cadence Week 7 (archived)

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Test-case name: gedit/ged-001
This test will check that Gedit can save files

Open Gedit
Gedit launchs
Type in "The quick brown foxes jumps over the lazy dog"
Text appears
Click on Edit -> Preferences -> Plugins. Then ensure the "File Browser Panel" plugin is checked. Close the window
The Preferences window is closed
Press F9
The side panel appears with the file browser panel included
Press F9 again
The side panel opens and closes properly
Click on Save
'Save as' window appears
Type in 'gedit.txt' for the name of the file, select any folder and press the save button
'Save as' window closes
Close the text editor by pressing the 'x' in the left hand corner
Gedit closes

Test-case name: gedit/ged-002
This will test that Gedit can find, highlight and replace words

Open File manager
File manager launches
Navigate to the directory where you saved the file gedit.txt and double click it to launch gedit
Gedit launches and the displays the text "The quick brown foxes jumps over the lazy dog"
Type in "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog"
Text appears
Press 'Ctrl+F'
The search box appears, input focus is in search box
Type 't'
All 't' letters in the document are highlighted
Type 'he'
All 'the' or 'The' words in the document are highlighted
Click the down arrow button in the search box
Text cursor moves to grey-highlighted 'the' in 'over the lazy dog'
Click the up arrow button in the search box
Text cursor moves to grey-highlighted 'The' in 'The quick brown'..
Press the ESC button
The search box closes and focus returns to the document, with the search term still highlighted
Press "Ctrl+H"
The 'Replace' dialog appears
In the 'Search for' box type 'fox', and in the 'Replace with' box, type 'potato'. Then click "Replace all"
The 'Replace' dialog is not closed
The text displayed now reads "The quick brown potato jumps over the lazy dog"

Test-case name: gedit/ged-003
This test will check that Gedit can save HTML files correctly

Open Gedit
Gedit launches
Type in
<a href="http://www.ubuntu.com">Link To Ubuntu<a/a>
Text appears
Click on Save
'Save as' window appears
Type in gedit.html for the name of the file, select any folder and press the save button
'Save as' window closes
Close the text editor by pressing the 'x' in the left hand corner
Gedit closes
Open File manager
File manager launches
Navigate to the directory where you saved the file and double click it to launch the default browser and display the html file
Your default browser launches and displays a page with a link to the ubuntu website

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

ReporterLast updateBugsComment
Failedisraeldahl2013-02-23 17:04
When run as root [gksudo gedit ] gedit tries to open a 2nd
'untitled document 1' (#796076)

In: gedit (Ubuntu)
Status: Invalid
Importance: Low
Assignee:
1 reports, 54 comments, 23 subscribers, 7 duplicates
796076

The old Untitled Document bug. Other than that Gedit seems to do quite well

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Passedsergiomeneses2013-03-02 21:49

using virtualbox and the current Ubuntu daily iso

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