Details for testcase: Lxappearance



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ID1607
Titlelxappearance
LinkNo link provided
Part of testsuitesLubuntu Applications

RevisionWritten on the 2013-08-10 14:18 by elfy
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This test will check that LXAppearance can change the widget

Click on the Lubuntu symbol in the panel. Then go to "Preferences" and click on "Customize Look and Feel"
A window opens, showing the tab "Widgets"
Click on Widget "Clearlooks"
The window appearance changes
Click now on "lubuntu-default"
The window appearance changes back

This test will check that LXAppearance can change colors individually

Click on the tab "Color"
The tab "Color" shows up
Check "Use customized color scheme"
The options in the tab unfade
Click on the color of "Normal windows" and "Background"
A window opens, showing a color selector
For color name enter "#E39000". Click on "OK"
The window closes. You see again the window of LXAppearance which now have a orange background color
Click on the color of "Normal windows" and "Foreground"
A window opens, showing a color selector
For color name enter "#0000FF". Click on "OK"
The window closes. You see again the window of LXAppearance which now have a blue text color
Click on "Apply"
Other opened windows appear in the same selected colors
Uncheck "Use customized color scheme". Click on "Apply"
The options in the tab fade

This test will check that LXAppearance can change the icon themes

Click on the tab "Icon Theme"
The tab "Icon Theme" shows up
Choose theme "GNOME". Click on "Apply"
The theme is applied the your system. Check your panel to see different symbols as well
Choose theme "Lubuntu". Click on "Apply"
The icons change back to Lubuntu standard theme

This test will check that you can change the appearance of the mouse cursor

Click on the tab "Mouse Cursor"
The tab "Mouse Cursor" shows up
Select "DMZ black" and click on "Apply"
The color of the mouse cursor does NOT change. This requires a new login
Log off and log in again
The color of the mouse cursor has changed.

This test will check that LXAppearance can change the window borders

Click on the Lubuntu symbol in the panel. Then go to "Preferences" and click on "Customize Look and Feel"
A window opens, showing the tab "Widgets"
Click on the tab "Window Border"
The tab "Window Border" shows up
Select theme "Clearlooks". Click on "Apply"
The window appearance changes
Select the theme "Lubuntu-default". Click on "Apply"
The theme changes back

This test will check that LXAppearance can change the font properties

Click on the tab "Font"
The tab "Font" shows up
Uncheck "Enable antialiasing" and "Enable hinting". Click on "Apply"
The font appearance deteriorates remarkably
Check "Enable antialiasing" and "Enable hinting". Click on "Apply"
The font appearance changes back

This test will check that LXAppearance can change additional properties

Click on the tab "Other"
The tab "Other" shows up
Uncheck "Show images on buttons" and "Show images in menus". Click on "Apply"
The symbols in the buttons (e.g. "Apply" in the current window) have disappeared
Click on the Lubuntu Icon in your panel
The symbols have disappeared in the menu as well

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