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ID1397
TitleUnity Panel
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Part of testsuitesUnity

RevisionWritten on the 2013-03-28 16:27 by nskaggs
RevisionWritten on the 2013-03-21 12:28 by nskaggs
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Test-case panel/appmenu_desktop

  1. Click on the desktop
    1. "Ubuntu Desktop" (or any localized string) appears in the panel
  2. Move the mouse over the panel
    1. "Ubuntu Desktop" label fades out [2D: no fade, it vanishes] and Desktop menubar items appear

Test-case panel/appmenu_mouse_click

  1. Start Gedit
  2. Move the mouse over the panel
    1. Gedit menubar items appear
  3. Click on "Search"
    1. "Seach" menu appears
  4. Click back in the application
    1. "Search" menu closes and menubar items disappear

Test-case panel/appmenu_mouse_click2

  1. Start Firefox
  2. Move the mouse over the panel and click on "File"
    1. "File" menu appears
  3. Without moving the mouse, left-click again
    1. "File" menu disappear, the menu titles are still visible on the launcher though

Test-case panel/appmenu_mouse_hovering

  1. Start Firefox
  2. Move the mouse over the panel and click on "File"
    1. "File" menu appears
  3. Move the mouse to the "Edit" item
    1. "File" menu disappears, "Edit" menu appears

Test-case panel/appmenu_keyboard

  1. Start Firefox
  2. Move the mouse over the panel and click on "File"
    1. "File" menu appears
  3. Press the "Right arrow" keyboard key:
    1. "File" menu disappears, "Edit" menu appears
  4. Press the "Left arrow" keyboard key:
    1. "Edit" menu disappears, "File" menu appears

Test-case panel/appmenu_keyboard_f10

  1. Start Firefox
  2. Press Alt+F10
    1. Firefox menubar appears, first menubar item is selected and its menu appears

Test-case panel/appmenu_keyboard_mnemonic

  1. Start Firefox
  2. Press Alt + F (or any accelerator corresponding to the "File" item in your language)
    1. Firefox menubar appears, first menubar item is selected and its menu appears

Test-case panel/appmenu_keyboard_desktop_f10

  1. Click on the desktop
  2. Press Alt+F10
    1. Desktop menubar appears, first menubar item is selected and its menu appears

Test-case panel/appmenu_keyboard_desktop_mnemonic

  1. Click on the desktop
  2. Press Alt + F (or any accelerator corresponding to the "File" item in your language)
    1. Desktop menubar appears, first menubar item is selected and its menu appears

Test-case panel/titlebar_not_maximized

  1. Start Nautilus
  2. Make sure it is not maximized
    1. Panel does not show window buttons
    2. Panel shows application title (Same text as the tooltip for Nautilus launcher icon)
  3. Move the mouse over the panel
    1. Panel does not show window buttons
    2. Title is partially faded on the right side, Nautilus menubar items are visible

Test-case panel/titlebar_maximized

  1. Start Nautilus
  2. Maximize the window
    1. Panel does not show window buttons
    2. Panel shows the window title
  3. Move the mouse over the panel
    1. Panel shows window buttons
    2. Panel shows Nautilus menubar items
  4. Click on the "restore" window button
    1. Nautilus window is restored (ie. not maximized anymore)
    2. Panel does not show window buttons
    3. Panel shows the window title
  5. Maximize window again
  6. Click on the "close" window button
    1. Nautilus window closes

Test-case panel/titlebar_maximized2

  1. Start Nautilus
  2. Maximize the window
  3. Double-click on the unity panel, outside of the menubar
    1. Nautilus window is restored (ie. not maximized anymore)

Test-case panel/titlebar_multi_windows

  1. Have a maximized window and a restored one in the same workspace
  2. Focus the restored window and move the mouse over the panel
    1. Panel does not show window buttons
    2. Titlebar and menubar are those of the focused window
  3. Click on an empty space of the panel
    1. Maximized window gets the focus [2D: known fail, lp:731761]

Test-case panel/indicators

  1. Check the right part of the panel shows the following indicators:
    - Messaging indicator: envelop icon
    - (if system is a laptop, may be hidden depending on indicator settings) Battery indicator: battery icon, either charging or plugged
    - (if system has bluetooth) Bluetooth indicator: Bluetooth icon
    - (if system has network) Network indicator: either an "unplugged", "plugged", or "wifi" icon
    - Sound indicator: volume icon
    - Time indicator: the current time
    - Session indicator: your name or nickname (/!\ Not visible in the live CD)
    - System indicator: power icon

Test-case panel/indicators_mouse

  1. Click on the messaging indicator
    1. Messaging menu appears
  2. Move mouse to the System indicator
    1. Menus for all indicators appear and disappear as you move the mouse

Test-case panel/appindicator

  1. Start gtk-recordmydesktop (or any application with an appindicator)
    1. Application indicator appears in the panel
  2. Click on the indicator
    1. Application indicator menu appears
  3. Click on "close" or "quit"
    1. Application closes
    2. Application indicator menu disappears

Test-case panel/appindicator_sni_qt

  1. Start Skype or Mumble
    1. Application indicator appears in the panel
  2. Click on the indicator
    1. Application indicator menu appears
  3. Click on "close" or "quit"
    1. Application closes
    2. Application indicator menu disappears


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