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ID1562
TitleXfce4 Panel
LinkNo link provided
Part of testsuitesXfce Core
Xubuntu Testsuite C
Xubuntu Mandatory

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RevisionWritten on the 2015-10-23 12:21 by flocculant
RevisionWritten on the 2014-06-26 10:24 by elfy
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This test will check that Xfce4 Panel allows to insert plugins into the panel

Point your mouse cursor to an empty space on a panel and press the right mouse button
A popup menu appears
Point the mouse pointer to the 'Panel' option
A drop-down menu appears
Select the 'Add New Items...' option
Add New Items window appears
Select a plugin in the list and click the Add button
The selected panel plugin appears at the end of the selected panel
Select an item from the dialog, drag it and drop it in the panel
The selected panel plugin appears at the end of the selected panel

This test will check that Xfce4 Panel allows to configure panel preferences

Point your mouse cursor to an empty space on a panel and press the right mouse button
A popup menu appears
Point the mouse pointer to the 'Panel' option
A drop-down menu appears
Select the 'Panel Preferences...' option
Panel dialog window appears
Click on the 'Mode' drop-down list under the "General" section
A list of possible panel orientations appears
Select one of the desired panel orientation
The panel orientation is set to the selected orientation
Tick the 'Lock panel' option under the "General" section
The handles on the panel which allow to move are removed
Untick the 'Lock panel' option under the "General" section
The panel can be dragged and moved anywhere on the screen. The panel will also snap to the edges of the screen
Tick the 'Don't reserve space on borders' option under the "General" section
The windows stretch to the screen edge overlapping the panel

This test will check that Xfce4 Panel allows to add and remove panels

Point your mouse cursor to an empty space on a panel and press the right mouse button
A popup menu appears
Point the mouse pointer to the 'Panel' option
A drop-down menu appears
Select the 'Panel Preferences...' option
Panel dialog window appears
Point your mouse cursor to the '+' button and click it
A new empty panel appears showing a selection around it and the new panel is listed in the drop down list at the top of Panel dialog window
Point your mouse cursor to the '-' button and click it
A Question dialog appears asking to confirm the removal
Click the Remove button
The currently selected panel is removed

This test will check that Xfce4 Panel allows to change the panel's height, width, length and the number of rows

Point your mouse cursor to an empty space on a panel and press the right mouse button
A popup menu appears
Point the mouse pointer to the 'Panel' option
A drop-down menu appears
Select the 'Panel Preferences...' option
Panel dialog window appears
Point the mouse pointer to the 'Row size (pixels):' slidebar under the "Measurements" section and move the slider to the right
The total panel height (or width) increases
Point the mouse pointer to the 'Length (%):' slidebar under the "Measurements" section and move the slider to the right
The total panel width (or height) increases as a percentage of the width (or height) of the monitor screen
Tick the 'Automatically increase length' option under the "Measurements" section
The panel expands as the panel contents change
Point the mouse pointer to the 'Number of rows:' slidebar under the "Measurements" section and move the slider to the right
Small panel plugins, such as launchers, are laid out in multiple rows (or columns), while larger ones, like window buttons, continue to occupy the whole panel height (or width)

This test will check that Xfce4 Panel allows to change the color, background image and transparency of the panel

Point your mouse cursor to an empty space on a panel and press the right mouse button
A popup menu appears
Point the mouse pointer to the 'Panel' option
A drop-down menu appears
Select the 'Panel Preferences...' option
Panel dialog window appears
Point your mouse cursor to the 'Appearance' tab and click it
'Panel Preferences...' selected/active tab changes to 'Appearance' tab
Point the mouse pointer to the 'Style:' option button and click it
A list of available styles drops down
Select 'Solid color' option
The 'Color:' button appears
Click the color picker button
The 'Pick a Panel Color' opens
Select a color using the provided color picker and click the 'OK' button
The selected color is applied to the panel
Point the mouse pointer to the 'Style:' option button and click it
A list of available styles drops down
Select 'Background image' option
The 'File:' button appears
Click the file browser button
The 'Select a Background Image' dialog window opens
Select a background image for the panel and click the 'Open' button
The selected image is applied as a background image for the panel
Point the mouse pointer to the 'Style:' option button and click it
A list of available styles drops down
Select 'None (use system style)' option
The 'Alpha:' slidebar appears
Point the mouse pointer to the 'Alpha:' slidebar and move the slider to the left
The panel inherits the colors from the currently selected GTK+ theme and the percentage of transparency of the panel decreases
Point the mouse pointer to the 'Enter:' slidebar under the "Opacity" section, and move the slider to the left
The percentage opacity of the panel and of all panel plugins decreases when the mouse pointer is hovering over the panel
Point the mouse pointer to the 'Leave:' slidebar under the "Opacity" section, and move the slider to the left
The percentage opacity of the panel and of all panel plugins decreases when the mouse pointer is not hovering over the panel

This test will check that Xfce4 Panel allows to automatically hide and show panels when the mouse hovers over it

Point your mouse cursor to an empty space on a panel and press the right mouse button
A popup menu appears
Point the mouse pointer to the 'Panel' option
A drop-down menu appears
Select the 'Panel Preferences...' option
Panel dialog window appears
If not selected, tick the 'Automatically show and hide the panel' option under the "General" section and click the 'Close' button
Selected panel is automatically hidden
Hover your mouse over the location of the hidden panel
The panel pops up and remains visible while the mouse is over it
Move your mouse away from the panel
The panel automatically hides

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

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