Details for testcase: Unity multimonitor multi-launchers



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ID1396
TitleUnity multimonitor multi-launchers
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Part of testsuitesUnity

RevisionWritten on the 2013-03-28 16:27 by nskaggs
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Test-case multimonitor/multi-launchers

In the Diplays settings, ensure that Launcher placement is set to "All displays"
Ensure you have not any other opened application than checkbox-unity
You should see one Launcher on every screen

Test-case multimonitor/multi-reveal-launcher-monitor2

Put your mouse on this monitor, and try to reveal the launcher by pressing against the left edge
The launcher should reveal

Test-case multimonitor/multi-super-reveal

Press super and hold it
The launcher on the monitor where your mouse is should reveal, with the numbers and the shortcuts window displayed. The other monitor shouldn't get any of them displayed.
Bring your cursor to the other monitor and press super
Check that those items are only displayed on the monitor where the cursor is.

Test-case multimonitor/multi-arrow-monitor-launcher

Have an application on one monitor (one window only)
The launcher should have a white arrow on the left of the launcher icon on the monitor where the application is. It should be unfilled on the launcher sitting on the other monitor
Open a second instance of that application
The launcher should have two white arrows on the left of the launcher icon on the monitor where the application is. It should still present a unfilled one on the other launcher

Test-case multimonitor/multi-reorder-other-monitor

On the rightmost monitor, reorder the launcher icon (and eventually add/remove icons)
Check that the reording/addition/removal are impact both launchers

Test-case multimonitor/multi-show-dash-on-monitor

Click on the first item of the launcher icon to show the dash
The dash should be displayed on the corresponding monitor
Now click on the first item of the other launcher to open the dash
The dash should be displayed on the other monitor

Test-case multimonitor/alttab-per-monitor

Press alt + tab to reveal the alt tab switcher
Check that Alt - Tab is shown on the monitor where your cursor is
Put your cursor on the other monitor, and again, press alt + tab to reveal the alt tab switcher
check that Alt - Tab is shown on the newly monitor where your cursor is

Test-case multimonitor/workspace-switcher

Click on the worspace switcher switcher button in one launcher.
You should on each monitor the worspace switcher previews.
The launcher should be displayed on each monitor.

Test-case multimonitor/launch-application-per-monitor

Click on a launcher icon to start an application
The application should be opened on the monitor where your cursor is
Press Super + number to start an application
The application should be opened on the monitor where your cursor is
Repeat the same with the cursor on the other monitor
Ensure the application is always opened on the monitor where your cursor is

Test-case multimonitor/sticky-edge

In the Diplays settings, ensure that Sticky edges are enabled
Move your mouse cursor to the right edge of the leftmost monitor adjacent to your enabled second screen
Try moving your cursor over to the screen to the right
There should be a feeling of resistance when trying to push on the edge of the screen
After applying some force, the cursor should move over to the desired screen

Test-case multimonitor/sticky-edge-hold

In the Diplays settings, ensure that Sticky edges are enabled
Move your mouse cursor to the right edge of the leftmost monitor adjacent to your enabled second screen
Try pushing the mouse cursor very slowly onto the edge
You should feel the mouse cursor resisting on the edge
If not much force is applied and the movement is slow, the mouse cursor should stay on the screen

Test-case multimonitor/sticky-edge-disabled

In the Diplays settings, ensure that Sticky edges are disabled
Move your mouse cursor to the right edge of the leftmost monitor adjacent to your enabled second screen
Try moving your cursor over to the screen to the right
There should be no feeling of resistance on the edge, the cursor should move to the other screen with ease

Test-case multimonitor/single-launcher

In the Diplays settings, ensure that Launcher placement is set to a single screen
Ensure you have not any other opened application than checkbox-unity
You should see only one Launcher on the previously selected screen

Test-case multimonitor/single-show-dash-on-monitor

Click on the first item of the launcher icon to show the dash
The dash should be displayed on the primary screen where the Launcher is located
Move your cursor to the other screen and press Super
The dash should be displayed on the primary screen where the Launcher is located

Test-case multimonitor/single-arrow-monitor-launcher

Run an application and move it to a screen with no Launcher
The launcher should have a white arrow on the left of the launcher icon on the primary screen
Open a second instance of that application
The launcher should have two white arrows on the left of the launcher icon on the primary screen, regardless of where the application is positioned

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.

RevisionWritten on the 2013-02-22 12:36 by nskaggs
RevisionWritten on the 2013-02-13 14:55 by nskaggs
RevisionWritten on the 2012-08-14 13:34 by nskaggs