Details for testcase: Lxterminal



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ID1601
TitleLxterminal
LinkNo link provided
Part of testsuitesLubuntu Applications

RevisionWritten on the 2013-08-07 15:02 by nskaggs
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This test will check that LXTerminal opens a new terminal window from a already open terminal window by right clicking on it
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Open a terminal window, point your mouse cursor to it then press the right mouse button
A pop-up menu appears
Select "New Window"
A new terminal window opens, inheriting the working directory from its parent terminal
Close the terminal by clicking on the "X" of the window
The terminal window closes

This test will check that LXTerminal opens a new terminal window from the menu bar of a already open terminal window
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Click "File" on the menu bar
A menu drops down
Select "New Window"
A new terminal window opens, inheriting the working directory from its parent terminal
Close the terminal by clicking on the "X" of the window
The terminal window closes

This test will check that LXTerminal opens a new terminal window with Ctrl+Shift+N keys

Hit Ctrl+Shift+N keys
A new terminal window opens, inheriting the working directory from its parent terminal
Close the terminal by clicking on the "X" of the window
The terminal window closes

This test will check that LXTerminal adds a new tabbed terminal to a terminal window by right clicking.

Press the right mouse button within the terminal window
A popup menu appears
Select "New Tab"
A new terminal tab opens, inheriting the working directory from the previously active terminal

This test will check that LXTerminal adds a new tabbed terminal to a terminal window from the menubar.

Click on File on the menu bar
A menu drops down
Select "New Tab"
A new terminal tab opens, inheriting the working directory from the previously active terminal

This test will check that basic terminal commands work in LXTerminal

Type in sudo apt-get update and press Enter
You are asked for [sudo] password for USER: (where USER is your user name)
Enter your password and wait for the command to complete
Command finishes and leaves you at an empty prompt
Enter "ls -al"
This should list all file in full in the home folder
Press the up arrow on your keyboard
The "ls -al" command you just entered appears

This test will check that LXTerminal changes the title of the currently displayed terminal from the menu bar

In the menu bar, click on "Tabs", then on "Name Tab"
Set Title dialog opens
Type the title "qa-lubuntu" and click "OK"
The terminal shows the name "qa-lubuntu"

This test will check that LXTerminal maximizes into full screen

Hit F11 on your keyboard
LXTerminal changes to full screen
Hit F11 again
LXTerminal changes back to window mode

This test will check that LXTerminal can change the appearance of the terminal

In the menu bar, click on "Edit" and then "Preferences"
A window opens, showing the style properties of the terminal
Click on the name of the "Terminal Font"
A window opens, showing the font properties
Change the properties to Ubuntu Mono Regular 12. Click on "OK"
The font properties window closes
In the style properties window, click on "OK"
The window closes. You now see the chosen font applied to the terminal

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 2013-08-04 11:07 by smartboyhw