Details for testcase: Xfce4 Mouse Settings



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ID1565
TitleXfce4 Mouse Settings
LinkNo link provided
Part of testsuitesXfce Settings Manager
Xfce Core
XFCE Optional
Xubuntu LTS Run Once/Optional

RevisionWritten on the 2015-10-26 09:43 by flocculant
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This tests that xfce4 mouse settings will open

Navigate to the settings menu
Open "Mouse and Touchpad"
xfce4 mouse settings opens

This tests that Devices of xfce4 mouse settings works

Click the "Devices" tab
Click the "Device:" drop down list
A menu rolls down
Select one of the devices
Untick "Enable this device"
The selected device no longer responds
Press Enter to re-tick "Enable the device"
The device responds again
Click the "Left-handed" radio button
The mouse buttons reverse
Click the "Right-handed" radio button
The mouse buttons return to normal
Tick "Reverse scroll direction"
Both forward/back and side-to-side scrolling reverse
Untick "Reverse scroll direction"
Both forward/back and side-to-side scrolling are returned to normal
Adjust the "Acceleration" bar
The cursor accelerates slower or faster depending on how you move the bar
Adjust the "Sensitivity" bar
The cursor becomes more or less sensitive depending on how you move the bar
Click "Reset to defaults"
All settings in the tab reset to default
Repeat for each device

This tests that Behaviour of xfce4 mouse settings works

Click the "Behavior" tab
Adjust the "Threshold" bar, then drag and drop something
The distance before something starts draging increases and decreases
Adjust the "Time" bar, then double click something
The maximum time between clicks increases and decreases
Adjust the "Distance" bar, then double click something, moving the mouse slightly between clicks
The distance the mouse can move between clicks and it still be a double click changes

This tests that Themes of xfce4 mouse settings works

Click the "Themes" tab
Click a Theme
A preview of each cursor appears under the heading "Preview"
Change the "Cursor size"
Move the cursor outside the current window
The cursor is in the new theme and size
Repeat for each cursor theme

The following test is optional, depending on hardware

This tests that the touchpad settings work

Click the "Devices" tab
Click the "Touchpad" tab
Tick "Disable touchpad while typing", type somewhere
The touchpad disables while you type
Untick "Disable touchpad while typing", type somewhere
The touchpad no longer disables while you type
Untick "Tap touchpad to click", tap on the touchpad
Tapping on the touchpad does nothing
Tick "Tap touchpad to click", tap on the touchpad
Tapping on the touchpad does the same as clicking
Click the radio button "Disabled", try scrolling on something
Nothing happens
Click the radio button "Edge scrolling", try scrolling on something
Scrolling only works when you scroll with the very edge of the touchpad
Click the radio button "Two-finger scrolling", try scrolling on something
Scrolling only works when you scroll with two fingers pressed to the touchpad
Tick "Enable horizontal scrolling", horizonatally scroll something
The touchpad scrolls horizontally
Untick "Enable horizontal scrolling", horizonatally scroll something
The touchpad doesn't scroll horizontally
Repeat for each touchpad device

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

RevisionWritten on the 2014-05-06 09:51 by elfy
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