Details for testcase: Unity Launcher



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ID1395
TitleUnity Launcher
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Part of testsuitesUnity

RevisionWritten on the 2013-03-28 16:26 by nskaggs
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Test-case launcher/tooltip

Move your mouse cursor over an application launcher icon
A tooltip with the application name should appear
Hover other application launcher icons
The other tooltips should appear, one at a time

Test-case launcher/startapp

Click on a launcher icon for an application which is not running
Launcher icon should be flashing while the application is opening
An arrow on the left of the launcher icon should appear, indicating there is an instance opened
An arrow on the right of the launcher icon should appear, indicating that it's the current application

Test-case launcher/always-visible

Make sure auto-hide is disabled (it is disabled by default)
Open an application, and move it under the launcher
The launcher should be visible above the window, hiding parts of the application
Move the application outside of the launcher area
The launcher should still be visible
Maximize the application
The launcher should be visible alongside of the maximized application, with the application window occupying the rest of the screen

Test-case launcher/auto-hide

Open the System Settings and click on the Appearence icon
Go to the Behavior tab
Switch the "Auto-hide the Launcher" switch to the enabled state
The Launcher should hide
Switch the "Auto-hide the Launcher" switch back to the disabled state
The Launcher should re-appear and remain visible

Test-case launcher/auto-hide-behavior

Make sure auto-hide is enabled.
Move the mouse on the edge and:
  • - continue pushing to the left (as if you want to put the mouse offscreen) until the launcher reveal
The launcher should appear
Put the mouse outside of the launcher area
The launcher should disappear again after around a second

Test-case launcher/auto-hide-maximize

Make sure auto-hide is enabled.
Start Firefox, maximize its window.
Firefox should be maximized and occupy the whole width of the screen

Test-case launcher/auto-hide-clickhold

Make sure auto-hide is enabled.
Move the mouse to the left edge of the screen and make the launcher revealing by other pushing on the left
Launcher appears
Click on an application launcher icon and don't move the mouse
Launcher should disappear

Test-case launcher/auto-hide-clickmove

Make sure auto-hide is enabled.
Move the mouse to the left edge of the screen and make the launcher revealing by other pushing on the left
Launcher appears
Click on an application launcher icon and immediately move the mouse to another launcher icon
Launcher should not disappear

Test-case launcher/auto-hide-mouseunderlauncher

Make sure auto-hide is enabled.
Move the mouse in the area which is normally covered by the launcher (without revealing it)
Press super and keep it pressed
Once the launcher is displayed, release super
Launcher should disappear

Test-case launcher/auto-hide-mousemove-afterlauncherappear

Make sure auto-hide is enabled.
Move the mouse in the area which is normally covered by the launcher (without revealing it)
Press super and keep it pressed
Launcher should appear
Move the mouse to get to another launcher icon
Release super
Launcher shouldn't disappear

Test-case launcher/keyboard-launch

Start Firefox, maximize its window. Launcher should be visible alongside the application.
Press super and keep it pressed
After a while, some numbers (0-9) should appear in the first launcher icons. Also, in unity 3D only, a window with the keyboard shortcuts should be centered on the monitor.
Press one of the numbers (without any modifier) for a non started application
The application should start

Test-case launcher/keyboard-shift-launch

Start Firefox, maximize its window. Launcher should be visible alongside the application.
Press super and keep it pressed
After a while, some numbers (0-9) should appear in the first launcher icons.
With super still pressed, press shift + the Firefox corresponding number
A new Firefox window should appear

Test-case launcher/minimize-app

Start Nautilus, maximize its window. Start Firefox, maximize its window.
Launcher should be visible
Minimize the Firefox window
The Firefox icon's border on the Launcher should animate slightly

Test-case launcher/minimize-app-auto-hide

Make sure auto-hide is enabled.
Start Nautilus, maximize its window. Start Firefox, maximize its window.
Launcher should be hidden
Minimize the Firefox window
Half of the Firefox icon should pop out of the left side for a moment with its border animating slightly

Test-case launcher/application-request-attention

Test-case launcher/application-get-focus

Have two different applications opened
Click on the launcher icon corresponding to the application without the focus
This application should get the focus

Test-case launcher/quicklist

Start System Settings and right click its launcher icon
A quicklist is displayed, showing the following entries:
  • - System Settings
  • - "Lock to Launcher" or "Unlock from launcher"
  • - Quit
Move the mouse over the quicklist items
The launcher should stay visible and quicklist elements under the cursor should highlight
Click on "quit"
System Settings should close

Test-case launcher/quicklist-close

Right-click on the launcher icon for a running application
Press Escape
The quicklist should close
Open the quicklist again
Click outside of the quicklist
the quicklist should close

Test-case launcher/quicklist-open

Ensure System Settings is not running
Right-click on its launcher icon and click on the "System Settings" entry
System Settings should start
Focus another window
Right-click on its launcher icon and click on the "System Settings" entry
The System Settings window should be focused

Test-case launcher/quicklist-pin

Start gcalctool (assuming it is not already in the launcher)
Right click its launcher icon
A quicklist is displayed, showing the following entries:
  • - Calculator
  • - Lock to launcher
  • - Quit
Click "Lock to launcher"
Quit gcalctool
Launcher icon for gcalctool should stay in the launcher
Start gcalctool again
Open the quicklist and click "Unlock from launcher"
Launcher icon stays
Quit gcalctool
Launcher icon disappears

Test-case launcher/quicklist-static

Open Firefox
Right-click on the launcher icon for Firefox
You should see a Firefox-specific entry: "Open a new window"
Click on it
A second Firefox window should appear

Test-case launcher/arrows-multipleapps

Open Firefox
An arrow should appear on the left of the launcher icon, and another one on the right (current application)
Open a new Firefox window (through its quicklist) on the same monitor
Two arrows should now be visible on the left of the launcher icon
Open a new Firefox window on the same monitor
A third arrow should now be visible on the left of the launcher icon
Open a new Firefox window on the same monitor
There should still be three arrows on the left of the launcher icon

Test-case launcher/expose-app

With Firefox having the focus and more than one Firefox window, click on the Firefox launcher icon
You should see the Firefox windows being exposed (all visible at the same time, zoomed out) and the launcher should still be visible.
Click on one of them
The selected one should be focused

Test-case launcher/expose-minimizedapp

With Firefox having the focus and more than one Firefox window, minimize one of the Firefox window.
Make sure that one Firefox window still have the focus
Click on the Firefox launcher icon
All Firefox windows (even the minimized ones) should be exposed
Click on the minimized window
this window should be restored and visible

Test-case launcher/move-icons

Click on an application launcher icon, keep the mouse button pressed for more than 0.5s
You should see the icon being detached from the launcher
Drag it to another position and release the mouse button
You should see the icon changing positions
It should be possible to drop it to another position between the first icon and the last application icon. Dropping the icon before the first icon shouldn't be possible.

Test-case launcher/fold-apps

Open a bunch of applications on your desktop so that you have more than what the launcher can show
The launcher should fold the icons
Point with your mouse to a folded launcher icon
The launcher should unfold the icons and your cursor should be on the one you pointed
Put your mouse outside of the launcher
The launcher icons should fold again

Test-case launcher/scroll

Open a bunch of applications on your desktop so that you have more than what the launcher can show
Put your mouse again at the very bottom of the launcher
The launcher should scroll to the last icon
Put your mouse again at the very top of the launcher
The launcher should scroll to the first icon

Test-case launcher/keyboard-nav

Press alt + F1
The first icon should get highlighted
Press up and down keyboard arrow keys
The focused launcher icon should change
Press escape
No launcher icon should be focused anymore

Test-case launcher/keyboard-nav-exit

Press alt + F1
The first icon should get highlighted
Press alt + F1 again
No launcher icon should be focused

Test-case launcher/keyboard-nav-auto-hide

Make sure auto-hide is enabled
Press alt + F1
The launcher should appear
Press escape
The launcher should disappear

Test-case launcher/keyboard-nav-startapp

Press alt + F1
Focus a launcher icon for an application which is not opened
Press enter
The application should be started

Test-case launcher/keyboard-nav-startappwindow

Ensure you have a Firefox window opened
Press alt + F1
Press down until you focus Firefox
Press space
a new Firefox window should open

Test-case launcher/keyboard-nav-quicklist

Press alt + F1
Press down until you focus an opened application launcher icon
Use the right-arrow key
The quicklist for the application should be displayed
Press down to highlight "quit"
Press enter
The application should close and the launcher should loose the focus

Test-case launcher/workspace-switcher

Click on the workspace switcher launcher icon
all workspaces should be visible with windows exposed on all workspaces
Click on a window application and move to another workspace
you should see the window set in the destination workspace. Also, the orange border showing the current workspace should change.
Double click on one workspace which isn't the current one
the chosen workspace should be zoomed in and become the current one.

Test-case launcher/arrows-notin-currentws

Start Nautilus on workspace 1, with only one window.
Switch to workspace 2.
Launcher arrow for Nautilus should be unfilled
Switch to workspace 1, open a second window for Nautilus on the same monitor.
A second arrow appears on the left of the launcher icon.
Switch to workspace 2.
Only one unfilled arrow is displayed on the left of the launcher icon.
Move the second window from workspace 1 to workspace 2, on the same monitor.
Only one arrow should be displayed.

Test-case launcher/focus-apps-other-ws

Start Nautilus with one window on workspace 1
Move to workspace 2
Click on Nautilus launcher icon
You should be moved to workspace 1 and Nautilus window should be focused

Test-case launcher/expose-apps-only-current-ws

Start Nautilus with two windows on workspace 1 and one window on workspace 2.
Move back to workspace 1 and make sure one of the windows is focused.
Click on Nautilus launcher icon
You should see only the windows from the current workspace exposed

Test-case launcher/trash-open

Open Nautilus
Open the context menu and select "Create New Document > Empty Document"
Delete the file with the Del key
the trash icon should show a "full trash" icon
Click on the trash
nautilus should open with in the trash directory
Restore every files
the trash icon should show an "empty trash" icon

Test-case launcher/trash-empty

Open Nautilus
Open the context menu and select "Create New Document > Empty Document"
Delete the file with the Del key
Right click on the trash launcher icon and select "Empty Trash..."
A confirmation dialog appear
Select "Empty Trash"
The trash should be emptied, trash icon should show an "empty trash" icon

Test-case launcher/skype-minimizing

Start skype
Minimize the main skype window
Check that there is still a launcher icon shown
Click on the skype launcher icon
The previous skype instance should be raised again

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.

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