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ID1575
TitleXfce4 Appearance Settings
LinkNo link provided
Part of testsuitesXfce Settings Manager
Xfce Core
XFCE Optional
Xubuntu Mandatory

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This test will check that the Appearance Setting Dialog is visible in the Settings Manager and starts.

From the main menu, select "Settings Manager".
"Settings Manager" opens and the "Appearance" module appears in the Personal section.
From the launcher panel, click on the "Settings Manager" icon.
A second instance of "Settings Manager" opens and the "Appearance" module appears in the Personal section.
Click on the "Appearance" module in "Settings Manager".
The "Appearance" module is loaded into the "Settings Manager" window replacing the "Settings Manager".
Click on the "All Settings" button.
The "Appearance" module closes and the "Settings Manager" re-appears.

This test will verify that the Style tab works properly.

With the "Apperance" module open to the "Style" tab, select another style.
The GTK appearance of the on screen widgets changes to the new style.
Click on the "All Settings" button to return to the "Settings Manager". Install the clearlooks-phenix-theme package. Click on the "Appearance" module.
Clearlooks-Phenix appears as a style in the "Style" tab.
Click on "Clearlooks-Phenix" to select the style.
The GTK appearance of the on screen widgets changes to the new style.
Click on the "All Settings" button to return to the "Settings Manager". Remove the clearlooks-phenix-theme package. Click on the "Appearance" module.
The "Appearance" (Style tab) module re-appears with no themes selected.
Click on any style to select it.
The GTK appearance of the on screen widgets changes to the new style.

This test will verify that the Icons tab works properly.

With the "Appearance" module loaded and the "Icons" tab visible, select another icon theme.
The icons on the screen change to the newly-selected icon theme.
Click on the "All Settings" button to return to the "Settings Manager". Install the tango-icon-theme package. Click on "Appearance" module and go to the "Icons" tab.
Tango appears as an icon theme.
Click on Tango to select the theme.
The icons on the screen change to the new icon style.
Click the "All Settings" button to return to the "Settings Manager". Remove the tango-icon-theme package. Click on the "Appearance" module and go to the "Icons" tab.
The "Appearance" module (Icons tab) re-appears with no icon themes selected.
Click on any icon theme to select it.
The icons on the screen change to the newly-selected icon theme.

This test will verify that the Fonts tab works properly.

With the "Appearance" module loaded and the "Fonts" tab visible, change the "Default Font".
The on-screen fonts change accordingly.
Uncheck the "Enable anit-aliasing" checkbox.
The on-screen fonts change (they appear blockier).
Re-check the "Enable anti-aliasing" checkbox.
The fonts change again (apear smoother).
Change the "Hinting" to none.
There should be a slight change to the appearance of the fonts.
Change the "Hinting" to Medium.
There should be a slight change to the appearance of the fonts.
Change the "Hinting" to Full
There should be a very slight change to the appearance of the fonts.
Change the "Hinting" back to Slight
There should be a very slight change to the appearance of the fonts.
Change the "Sub-pixel order" to None.
There should be a slight change to the appearance of the fonts.
Change the "Sub-pixel order" to BGR.
There should be a slight change to the appearance of the fonts.
Change the "Sub-pixel order" to Vertical RGB.
There should be a slight change to the appearance of the fonts.
Change the "Sub-pixel order" to Veritcal BGR.
There should be a slight change to the appearance of the fonts.
Change the "Sub-pixel order" back to RGB.
There should be a slight change to the appearance of the fonts.
Change the "DPI" value to 120.
The fonts should increase in size.
Change the "DPI" value back to 96.
The fonts should return to their default size.

This test will verify that the Settings tab works properly.

With the "Appearance" module loaded and the "Settings" tab visible, load a GTK-compliant application (e.g. Archive Manager).
Archive Manager loads.
Change the "Toolbar Style" to Text.
The Archive Manager toolbar changes to text.
Change the "Toolbar Style" to Both.
The Archive Manager toolbar changes to both icons and text with the text below the icon.
Change the "Toolbar Style" to Both Horizontal.
The Archive Manager toolbar changes to both icons and text with the text beside the icon.
Change the "Toolbar Style" back to Icons.
The Archive Manager toolbar changes the default icons look.
Uncheck the "Show images on buttons" checkbox.
The images disappear from the Help, All Settings, and Close button on the dialog.
Re-check the "Show images on buttons" checkbox.
The images re-appear on the Help, All Settings, and Close button on the dialog.
Uncheck the "Show images in menus" checkbox.
The icon images disappear from the main menu.
Re-check the "Show images in menus" checkbox.
The icon images re-appear on the main menu.
Uncheck the "Enable editable accelerators" checkbox. Open xfce4-terminal, hover your mouse over the Edit->Select All option and press Ctrl+v.
The menu accelerator should not change.
Re-check the "Enable editable accelerators" checkbox. In xfce4-terminal, hover your mouse over the Edit->Select All option and press Ctrl+v.
The menu accelerator change to Ctrl+v.
In xfce4-terminal, hover your mouse over the Edit->Select All option and press Shift+Ctrl+v.
The accelerator changes back to the default Shift+Ctrl+v.
Check the "Enable event sounds" checkbox and minimize/maximize a window.
A sound should play.

This test will verify that the Help works properly.

With an active internet connection and the "Appearance" module loaded, click the Help button and then on "Read Online".
The appropriate online help file loads in the default browser.

This test will verify that command line invocation works.

From a terminal window, run "xfce4-appearance-settings" (without the quotes).
The Appearance settings open standalone (not as part of the Settings Manager.

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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