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ID1421
TitleGnome Screenshot
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Part of testsuitesGnome Screenshot
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Test-case name: gnomescreenshot/gns-001
This test will check that Gnome Screenshot can save screenshot of the whole screen

  1. Open gnome-screenshot using the dash, and typing 'screenshot'
  2. Select Grab the whole desktop
  3. Click on Take Screenshot
  4. Name it shot1.png
  5. Select your home folder for the image to be saved to
  6. Click Save
    1. Is the screenshot image saved to your home directory? Is it a valid image file containing your screen?

Test-case name: gnomescreenshot/gns-002
This test will check that Gnome Screenshot can save screenshot of selected window

  1. Open gnome-screenshot using the dash, and typing 'screenshot'
  2. Select Grab the current window
  3. Click on Take Screenshot
  4. Name it shot2.png
  5. Select your home folder for the image to be saved to
  6. Click Save
    1. Is the screenshot image saved to your home directory? Is it a valid image file containing your selected window?

Test-case name: gnomescreenshot/gns-003
This test will check that Gnome Screenshot can save screenshot of selected window

  1. Open gnome-screenshot using the dash, and typing 'screenshot'
  2. Select Grab the current window
  3. Select Drop shadow from the Apply effect drop down menu
  4. Click on Take Screenshot
  5. Name it shot2.png
  6. Select your home folder for the image to be saved to
  7. Click Save
    1. Is the screenshot image saved to your home directory? Is it a valid image file containing your selected window, with the drop shadow effect?


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