Gnome Terminal in Ubuntu Desktop in Xenial Daily

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This test will check that basic terminal commands work in Gnome Terminal

Open the Terminal application
Type in sudo apt-get update and press Enter
You are asked for [sudo] password for USER: (where USER is your user name).
Enter your password and wait for the command to complete.
Command finishes and leaves you at an empty prompt
Enter "ls -al"
This should list all file in full in the folder you are currently in
Press the up arrow on your keyboard
Does the ls -al command you just entered appear?

This test will check that terminal colors and zoom level can be changed

Open the Terminal application
Click on "Edit", select "Profile Preferences", select "Colors" tab and uncheck "Use colors from system theme" checkbox
Using the options contained in the "Colors" tab modify the "Text and Background Color" section, choosing some non-default colors or a different color scheme
The colors in your terminal match your modifications
Change the Zoom Level using the key combination "Ctrl++" and "Ctrl+-"
Did the zoom level change in terminal?

This test will check that terminal coloring is active

Open the Terminal application
Type "touch text1.txt"
type "ls"
Remember the color of "text1.txt"
Type "chmod 777 text1.txt"
Type "ls"
Has the color of "text1.txt" changed?

This test will check that the terminal tab launches successfully

Open the Terminal application
Press "Ctrl+Alt+T"
Is an instance of gnome-terminal with the title 'user@hostname: ~' opened, with the current directory set to the users home directory?

This test will check that the terminal full screen mode works

Open the Terminal application
From the main menu select 'View > Full Screen...'
Terminal goes into full screen mode
Press right click in terminal, from drop-down menu press "Leave Full Screen" option
Terminal returns to the previous windowed state

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

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Passedfazerlicourice2016-01-21 18:25

Ctrl+Alt+T launches a new window not a new tab. Shift+Alt+T launches a new tab as it always has for as long as I've been using linux.

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Passedmohdkamran-iqbal-deactivatedaccount2016-01-14 10:39Link to the testcase revision
Passedemailgirishrawat2016-01-05 11:25

Passes with no issues.

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Passedadueppen2016-01-04 20:41Link to the testcase revision
Passedmalevasquez2015-12-31 00:03

All tests passed well.

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Passedwhosdaz2015-12-26 11:51

"Ctrl+Alt+T" doesn't work as I have rebound it inside keyboard settings, however it opens the terminal successfully with my key bindings - all other tests pass.

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Passedtherazvannik2015-12-19 05:31
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