Details for testcase: Gnome Calculator



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ID1604
TitleGnome Calculator
LinkNo link provided
Part of testsuitesXubuntu Applications
Xubuntu Optional
Xubuntu LTS Run Once/Optional

RevisionWritten on the 2015-10-26 09:41 by flocculant
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This test will check that Gnome Calculator can be opened either from a terminal window or from the applications menu, and shutdown

Open a terminal window, type gnome-calculator at the prompt and hit the "Enter" key
Calculator opens
Click the top right "X" of the window's title bar to close the application
Calculator closes
Open Gnome Calculator from your FAMILY menu
Calculator opens

This test will check that Gnome Calculator's Application menu options work as expected

Navigate to Mode -> Basic
Calculator's GUI changes to provide buttons suitable for basic equations
Equations are entered in standard mathematical form. For example to add 7 and 2 enter the following: 7+2
Navigate to Mode -> Advanced
Calculator's GUI changes to provide buttons suitable for advanced mathematics such as Trigonometry
Trigonometry calculations can be performed using the sin, cos, and tan functions. For example sin 45
Navigate to Mode -> Financial
Calculator's GUI changes to provide buttons suitable for financial equations
Financial functions cannot be performed using the keyboard and the following buttons are available: Ctrm, Ddb, Fv, Gpm, Pmt, Pv, Rate, Sln, Syd and Term
Navigate to Mode -> Programming
Calculator's GUI changes to provide buttons suitable for computer programmers
When in programming mode there is a drop down menu for binary (Ctrl+B keys), octal (Ctrl+O keys) and hexadecimal (Ctrl+H keys) and the 'á' button opens a dialogue to convert characters to character codes
Navigate to Edit -> Preferences
Preferences dialogue window opens
Click the 'Number format' drop-down list and select one of the given options
The format used to display results change accordingly to the selection made
Decrease/increase the value of decimal places to show
The number of decimal places, if trailing zeroes and if thousands separators are shown, change accordingly
Tick the 'Show trailing zeroes' option
The format used to display results shows trailing zeroes
Tick the 'Show thousands separators' option
The format used to display results shows digit grouping
Click the 'Angle units' drop-down list and select one of the given options
The unit used to display results, when performing trigonometry calculations, change accordingly to the selection made
Click the 'Word size' drop-down list and select one of the given options
The results when performing boolean algebra calculations, using the AND, OR and XOR operators, change accordingly to the selection made
Navigate to Help -> About Calculator
About gnome-calculator dialogue window opens and the "Credits" and "License" buttons correctly display the associated information
Navigate to Help -> Contents
Calculator Help dialogue window opens
Navigate to Edit -> Quit
Calculator closes

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 2014-01-14 07:10 by elfy
RevisionWritten on the 2013-08-08 15:44 by elfy