Details for testcase: Xfce4 Keyboard Settings



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ID1571
TitleXfce4 Keyboard Settings
LinkNo link provided
Part of testsuitesXfce Core
Xfce Settings Manager
Xubuntu Testsuite D
Xubuntu LTS Run Once/Optional

RevisionWritten on the 2015-10-26 09:44 by flocculant
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This test will check that keyboard behaviour is correctly applied. The test will require the machine to restart twice.

Open Keyboard from Settings
Keyboard Setting dialogue opens at Behaviour
Toggle 'Restore num lock state' button
Tick disappears from box
In Test Area, press a letter and hold down
Letter pressed is repeated
Toggle Enable key repeat
In Test Area, press a letter and hold down
Letter pressed is not repeated
Toggle Enable key repeat
Change Repeat delay to 1000
In Test Area, press a letter and hold down
Time to start repeating letter increases to 1000ms
Change Repeat delay to 50
In Test Area, press a letter and hold down
Time to start repeating letter decreases to 50ms
Reset repeat delay to default 500
Change Repeat Speed to 250
In Test Area, press a letter and hold down
Speed of key repeat increases
Change Repeat Speed to 1
In Test Area, press a letter and hold down
Speed of key repeat decreases
Reset repeat delay to default 20
Toggle Cursor show blinking
Tick disappears from box
Select Test Area
Cursor appears but does not blink
Toggle Cursor show blinking
Tick appears in box
Select Test Area
Cursor appears and blinks
Change Blink delay to 100
Cursor blink speed increases
Change Blink delay to 2000
Cursor blink speed decreases
Reset Blink delay to default 1200
Cursor blink returns to normal speed
Restart machine
Open Keyboard from Settings
Keyboard Setting dialogue opens at Behaviour
Restore num lock state is unticked
Num lock is off
Turn num lock on
Toggle 'Restore num lock state' button
Tick appears in box
Restart machine
Open Keyboard from Settings
Keyboard Setting dialogue opens at Behaviour
Restore num lock state is ticked
Num lock is on

This test will check that application shortcuts are applied correctly

Open Settings -> Keyboard -> Application Shortcuts
Application Shortcuts tab opens
Press Super+3
LibreOffice Writer opens
Press Super+f
File Manager opens
Press Super+m
Mail Reader opens
Press Mail shortcut button (if available)
Mail Reader opens
Press Super+t
Terminal opens
Press Super+w
Web Browser opens
Press Web Browser shortcut button (if available)
Web Browser opens
Press Super+1
gmusicbrowser opens
Press Super+4
LibreOffice Calc opens
Press Super+e
Mousepad opens
Press Super+2
pidgin opens
Press Super+r
xfce4-appfinder opens
Press Alt+F3
xfce4-appfinder opens
Press Super+p
xfce4-display-settings --minimal opens
Press XF86Display(if available)
xfce4-display-settings --minimal opens
Press Alt+F1
Application menu opens
Press Print
Screenshooter - whole screen
Press Alt+Print
Active Window screenshooter opens
Press Ctrl+Esc
desktop menu opens
Press Ctrl+Alt+Del
screen lock
Press Alt+F2
Run dialogue opens

This test will check that shortcuts and their targets can be changed

Double click on Command 'LibreOffice Writer'
Shortcut Command dialogue opens with LibreOffice Writer highlighted
Press backspace and type gnome-mines, press OK
Shortcut command dialogue closes
Command listed as Mines
Press Super+3
Mines opens
Double click on Shortcut (Super+3) for gnome-mines
Shortcut Command dialogue appears
Press Super+9
Shortcut changes to Super+9
Press Super+9
Mines opens
Press Reset to Defaults button
Confirmation dialogue appears
Press Yes
Changes are reverted, Command now reads LibreOffice Writer, Shortcut reads Super+3

This test will check that Layout options apply correctly

Open Keyboard from Settings
Keyboard Setting dialogue opens at Behaviour
Select Layout tab
Dialogue changes to layout with Use System Defaults ticked
All other options greyed out
Toggle Use System Defaults button
Tick disappears from box
All options now available for modification
Select Keyboard model
Keyboard selection list appears
Click outside of selection list
Layout dialogue appears
Press Add button
Keyboard layout selection dialogue appears
Select a new layout and press OK
New layout added to Keyboard Layout list
Open a text editor
Type some symbols
In Keyboard layout list - select new layout and move to top of the list
New layout highlighted
Type some text or symbols
Some or all characters typed are different
Select new layout in layout list
Press Delete button
New layout is removed from list
Select existing layout in layout list
Press Edit button
Keyboard Layout selection dialogue appears with current choice highlighted
Change layout, press OK
Layout in list changes
Type some characters in text document
Symbols do not match keyboard
Press Edit button
Keyboard Layout selection dialogue appears with current choice highlighted
Set layout to match keyboard, press OK
Layout in list changes
Type some characters in text document
Symbols match keyboard
Toggle Use System Defaults
Warning dialogue appears
Press OK
Use default button ticked, model and layout options unavailable and greyed out

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RevisionWritten on the 2014-11-08 04:19 by elfy
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