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ID1418
TitleFileroller
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Part of testsuitesFileroller
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Test-case name: fileroller/flr-001
This test will check that File Roller can archive and extract files

  1. Open the dash and launch file-roller by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘file-roller’
    1. file-roller should launch
  2. Click 'New' button form toolbar
    1. 'New' file save dialog appears
  3. Input any test name for archive, select 'Tar compressed with gzip' from available formats combobox, click 'Create' button
    1. A new empty archive with specified name and format is created
  4. Click 'Add files to archive' button from toolbar
    1. 'Add Files' file open dialog is displayed
  5. Select any files to be added to the archive, click 'Add' button
    1. Selected files are displayed in the archive contents list
  6. Click 'Add a folder to archive' button from toolbar
    1. 'Add a Folder' file open dialog is displayed
  7. Select any non-empty folder to be added to the archive, click 'Add' button
    1. Selected folder is displayed in the archive contents list
  8. Close file-roller, open nautilus and navigate to the folder where the archive has been created
    1. Archive is present in the folder
  9. Open the archive using file-roller
    1. Archive contents is displayed correctly in file-roller
  10. Click 'Extract' button from toolbar
    1. 'Extract' folder open dialog appears
  11. Select any folder to extract files to, click 'Extract' button
    1. Dialog closes. 'Extracting files from archive' dialog appears
  12. Wait until extracting process is complete
    1. 'Extraction completed successfully' label appears
  13. Open Nautilus and navigate to the selected extract folder
    1. Are the files and folders from archive extracted correctly in the selected folder?


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