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ID1511
TitlePcmanfm
LinkNo link provided
Part of testsuitesPcmanfm
Lubuntu Applications

RevisionWritten on the 2016-02-01 03:03 by flocculant
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This test will check the applications list

Click on Applications in the navigation menu.
PCManFM shows categories of applications.
Double Click on Internet.
PCManFM window shows identical listing to the Internet applications in the panel menu.

This test will check basic file management

Click on the PCManFM icon in the task bar.
The PCManFM Window appears.
Click on Desktop in the PCManFM navigation menu.
Contents of your desktop appear.
In the PCManFM Window, right click on a blank section and click on Create New and select Folder.
Window appears, prompting for folder name.
Enter test and click on OK.
New folder called test appears.
In the PCManFM Window, right click on a blank section and click on Create New and select File.
Window appears, prompting for file name.
Enter moveme.txt and click on OK.
A new file called moveme.txt appears.
Click on the file moveme.txt, then drag and drop into the folder test.
File moveme.txt moves to the folder test. Double click folder test to confirm the file moveme.txt is there.
Click on the < icon in the navigation section
The PCManFM window now displays your desktop.
Right click on the folder test, select Move to Trash.
A window pops up requesting confirmation.
Click OK.
Folder test no longer appears in the PCManFM window.
Click on Trash(or Rubbish) Can in the navigation menu.
Folder test is displayed.
Right click on folder test and select Restore.
Folder test no longer appears.
Click on the < icon in the navigation section
PCManFM window now displays desktop and folder test is now visible.
Right click on the folder test, select Move to Trash.
Window pops up requesting confirmation.
Click on OK.
Folder test no longer appears in PCManFM window.
Click on Trash(or Rubbish) Can in side bar menu.
Folder test is displayed.
Right click on the folder test and select Delete.
Window pops up requesting confirmation.
Click OK.
Folder test no longer appears in the PCManFM window.
Click on File in the navigation menu and select Close Window.
PCManFM closes.
Click on the PCManFM icon in the task bar.
PCManFM Window appears.
Click on 'X' at top of PCManFM window.
PCManFM closes.

This test will check bookmark management

Click on the Bookmarks menu and select + Add to Bookmarks
A window appears asking you to Enter a name for the new bookmark item.
Type in Home and click on OK.
Home appears in the sidebar.
Right click on Home and select Rename Bookmark Item.
Window appears asking you to Enter a new name.
Type in Del and click on OK.
Entry on sidebar changes from Home to Del.
Right click on Del and select Remove from Bookmark.
The entry Del no longer appears in the sidebar.

This test will check the 'open in terminal' functionality

Click on Desktop in left hand panel.
PCManFM shows contents of Desktop directory.
Click on Tools and select Open Current Folder in Terminal.
Terminal launches showing the Desktop directory.

This test will check the 'right click' functionality

Click on Home icon in left hand panel.
PCManFM shows listing of folders and files.
Right click on Desktop.
A second menu appears, offering such things as options to open, copy folder etc.

This test will check tab management

Click on File select New Tab
Two tabs appear of the current directory.
Click on the second tab and drag it so that appears before the first tab.
Tab moves.
Click on the X on the tab label.
Tab closes.

This test will check USB device management

Plug in USB device
Window appears saying Removable medium is inserted and asking if you want to Open in File Manager.
Click OK.
Contents of USB device appears in PCManFM window and device is listed in the PCManFM panel.
In the PCManFM Window, right click on a blank section and click on Create New and select Folder.
Window appears, prompting for folder name.
Enter test and click on OK.
New folder called test appears in PCManFM window.
Right click on the folder test and click on Copy .
No error should be reported.
Click on Desktop in navigation section.
PCManFM window now displays desktop.
In the PCManFM Window, right click on a blank section and click on Paste.
Folder test should appear.
In the PCManFM Window, right click on a blank section and click on Create New and select Folder.
Window appears, prompting for folder name.
Enter test1 and click on OK.
New folder called test1 appears in PCManFM window.
Right click on the folder test1 and click on Copy .
No error should be reported.
Click on USB device in PCManFM panel.
PCManFM window now displays USB device.
In the PCManFM Window, right click on a blank section and click on Paste.
Folder test1 should appear.
Click on Desktop in navigation section.
PCManFM window now displays desktop.
Right click on the USB device in the PCManFM panel, select Eject Removable Media.
The USB device is no longer listed in the PCManFM panel.

This test will check view management

Click on Home Folder in left hand panel.
PCManFM shows contents of home directory.
Click on View and select Show Hidden.
Files beginning with . are listed.
Hold down Fn/em>; key and press PrtSC key.
File appears in window with name ending scrot.png
Click on View and select Thumbnail View .
Icons appear as thumbnails and the file ending scrot.png has an image of the file.
Click on View and select Compact View.
Icons are reduced in size.
Click on View and select Detailed View.
Folders and files appears with several columns: Name, Description, Size and Modified.
Click on View then Sort Files followed by Descending.
Files are sorted by name, and in a inversed order.
Click on View then Sort Files followed by By Modification Time.
Files are sorted by modification time, and in a inversed order.
Click on View then Sort Files followed by Size.
Files are sorted by size, and in a inversed order.
Click on View then Sort Files followed by FileType.
Files are sorted by file type, and in a inversed order.

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 2014-07-02 15:47 by elfy
RevisionWritten on the 2013-03-28 16:34 by nskaggs
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