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TitleEye of Gnome
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Part of testsuitesEye of Gnome
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Test-case name: eog/eog-001
This test will check that Eye Of Gnome can display images correctly

  1. Open the dash and launch Image Viewer by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘Image Viewer’
    1. Image Viewer should launch
  2. Open an image file by selecting file, open and then choosing an image file
    1. Is the image being displayed correctly?

Test-case name: eog/eog-002
This test will check that Eye Of Gnome can move images to Trash

  1. Open the dash and launch Image Viewer by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘Image Viewer’
    1. Image Viewer should launch
  2. Open an image file by selecting file, open and then choosing an image file
  3. Select edit, move to trash
    1. Has the image been moved to Trash and the next image in the directory is shown?

Test-case name: eog/eog-003
This test will check that Eye Of Gnome can show previous and next images

  1. Open the dash and launch Image Viewer by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘Image Viewer’
    1. Image Viewer should launch
  2. Open an image file by selecting file, open and then choosing an image file
  3. Press the Previous button
  4. Press the Next button
    1. Is the image viewer displaying the previous and next images correctly?

Test-case name: eog/eog-004

  1. depends:
  1. eog/eog-002
  1. eog/eog-003

This test will check that Eye Of Gnome can show previous image after restoring from Trash

  1. Open the dash and launch Image Viewer by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘Image Viewer’
    1. Image Viewer should launch
  2. Open an image file by selecting file, open and then choosing an image file
  3. Select edit, move to trash
  4. Click the trash can on the launcher
    1. trash folder is launched
  5. Highlight the deleted image file from earlier and select restore. Resume focus on the image viewer application and click the previous button
    1. Is the restored image once again displayed?

Test-case name: eog/eog-005
This test will check that Eye Of Gnome can flip images horizontally and vertically

  1. Open the dash and launch Image Viewer by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘Image Viewer’
    1. Image Viewer should launch
  2. Open an image file by selecting file, open and then choosing an image file
  3. Select edit, flip horizontial
    1. The image is flipped horizontially
  4. Select edit, flip vertically
    1. The image is flipped vertically
  5. Select edit, flip vertically
    1. The image is flipped vertically
  6. Select edit, flip horizontial
    1. The image is flipped horizontially
    1. Is the image that was being flipped correctly and now restored to its original state?

Test-case name: eog/eog-006
This test will check that Eye Of Gnome can flip horizontally and vertically

  1. Open the dash and launch Image Viewer by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘Image Viewer’
    1. Image Viewer should launch
  2. Open an image file by selecting file, open and then choosing an image file
  3. Select edit, toolbar
    1. The toolbar editor appears
  4. Drag and drop the gallery icon onto the image viewer toolbar
    1. Is the gallery icon now present on the toolbar?


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