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Test-case name: gedit/ged-001
This test will check that GEdit can save and open saved files

  1. Open the dash and launch gedit by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘gedit’
    1. Gedit should launch
  2. Type in “The quick brown foxes jump over the lazy dog”
    1. Text appears
  3. Click on Save
    1. 'Save as' window appears
  4. Type in 'gedit.txt' for the name of the file, select any folder and press the save button
    1. 'Save as' window closes
  5. Close the text editor by pressing the ‘x’ in the left hand corner
    1. Gedit closes
  6. Open the dash and launch nautilus by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘nautilus’
    1. nautilus should launch
  7. Navigate to the directory where you saved the file and double click it to launch gedit
    1. Does gedit launch and the display the the file with the text “The quick brown foxes jump over the lazy dog”?

Test-case name: gedit/ged-002
This test will check that GEdit can save HTML files correctly

  1. Open the dash and launch gedit by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘gedit’
    1. Gedit should launch
  2. Type in “Link To Ubuntu
    1. Text appears
  3. Click on Save
    1. 'Save as' window appears
  4. Type in gedit.html for the name of the file, select any folder and press the save button
    1. 'Save as' window closes
  5. Close the text editor by pressing the ‘x’ in the left hand corner
    1. Gedit closes
  6. Open the dash and launch nautilus by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘nautilus’
    1. nautilus should launch
  7. Navigate to the directory where you saved the file and double the file it to launch the default browser and display the html file
    1. Does your default browser launch and the display a page with a link to the ubuntu website?

Test-case name: gedit/ged-003
This test will check that GEdit can replace text

  1. Open the dash and launch gedit by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘gedit’
    1. Gedit should launch
  2. Type in “The quick brown foxes jump over the lazy dog”
    1. Text appears
  3. Press "Ctrl+H"
    1. 'Replace' dialog appears
  4. In the 'Search for' box type ‘foxes’, and in the 'Replace with' box, type ‘fox’. Then click "Replace all"
    1. 'Replace' dialog is not closed
    1. Does the text displayed now read “The quick brown fox jump over the lazy dog”?

Test-case name: gedit/ged-004
This test will check that GEdit can find and hightlight searched text

  1. Open the dash and launch gedit by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘gedit’
    1. Gedit should launch
  2. Type in “The quick brown fox jump over the lazy dog”
    1. Text appears
  3. Press 'Ctrl+F'
    1. the search box appears, input focus is in search box
  4. Type 't'
    1. all 't' letters in the document are highlighted
  5. Type 'he'
    1. all 'the' or 'The' words in the document are highlighted
  6. Click down arrow button in the search box
    1. text cursor moves to grey-highlighted 'the' in 'over the lazy dog'
  7. Click up arrow button in the search box
    1. text cursor moves to grey-highlighted 'The' in 'The quick brown'..
  8. Press ESC button
    1. Did the search box close and focus return to the document, with the search term highlighted?

Test-case name: gedit/ged-005
This test will check that GEdit can display File Browser panel

  1. Open the dash and launch gedit by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘gedit’
    1. Gedit should launch
  2. Click on Edit -> Preferences -> Plugins. Then ensure the “File Browser Panel” plugin is checked. Close the window by pressing close.
    1. Preferences window is closed
  3. Press F9
    1. The side panel appears with the file browser panel included
  4. Press F9 again
    1. Did the side panel open and close properly?


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