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Test-case name: orca/starting_orca

This test will check that Orca can play a welcome message
Open Dash type 'system settings' and launch the system settings tool
system settings opens and contains the Universal Access section
Select the Universal Access section
a dialog with accessibility settings opens, you are on the 'seeing' tab.
Select the Screen Reader option
Did a voice say "welcome to orca"?

Test-case name: orca/dash

This test will check that Orca can announce text in the dash
press the super(windows) key to bring up the dash
a voice says 'Dash frame'
use the cursor keys to navigate around the dash
a voice should read out options as you select them
move down to the lens list at the bottom of the dash
a voice reads the names of the lenses you have installed
select the apps lens and press return
Did the voice announce you are on the applications lens?

Test-case name: orca/HUD

This test will check that Orca can announce text in the HUD
from the dash launch the gedit application
the text editor opens and a voice says gedit frame
press alt to bring up the HUD
a voice indicates you are in the hud
type 'edit' then use cursor down to read the suggested matching menu items
Are the options read out by orca? Does selecting an option operate that menu item in the gedit window?

Test-case name: orca/Ubiquity

This test will check that Orca can announce text in Ubiquity
boot a live CD, when you hear the drums press ctrl+s
a voice should welcome you to orca
alt-tab to get back to ubiquity and proceed through the wizard using only the keyboard
Are you able to hear all of the options read by orca? Are you able to install without needing to use the mouse?

Test-case name: orca/globalmenu

This test will check that Orca can announce text in global menu
in an application with a global menu press alt to bring up the menu
the name of the menu should be read out (file menu)
using cursor keys navigate around the menu
you should get a commentary of the menu
find a menu item with a shortcut like ctrl+s
Is the shortcut read to you?

Test-case name: orca/indicators

This test will check that Orca can announce text in indicators
press F10 to get to the global menu then use the right cursor to go through the menu to the indicators
the indicator names should be read out
press F10 to leave the menu then F10 again to go back, but this time go left
this should take you direct to the indicators
navigate around the indicators using the cursor keys
you should get a commentary of all items and should not get stuck anywhere.
in the sound indicator use the cursor keys
volume should be adjustable with cursors left and right on the volume slider
in the sound indicator go to the play controls
Did the music application start? It should not start without asking it to do so.

Test-case name: orca/notifications

This test will check that Orca can announce notifications
cause a notification to happen by sending yourself an email, instant message, irc message, etc.
Does the screen reader should read notification out loud?

Test-case name: orca/launcher

This test will check that Orca can announce text in quicklists
press alt+f1 to get to keyboard navigation of the launcher
orca should read application names as you move up and down
move right on a running application to the quicklists
Does orca read the quicklist contents?

Test-case name: orca/workspace_switcher

This test will check that Orca can announce text in workspace switcher
try using the workspace switcher with the screen reader
Are you able to use the switcher without looking at the screen and understanding where your applications are?

If all actions produce the expected results listed, please submit a 'passed' result.
If an action fails, or produces an unexpected result, please submit 'failed' and file a bug. Please be sure to include the bug number when you submit your result

RevisionWritten on the 2013-02-22 12:35 by nskaggs
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RevisionWritten on the 2012-09-07 03:17 by nskaggs