Details for testcase: Musecore

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Part of testsuitesUbuntu Studio Audio - Run Once/Optional

RevisionWritten on the 2014-06-29 07:06 by elfy

This test will check that Musescore opens correctly

Open the Musescore application from your menu
The Musescore application opens with the default score "Reunion" on screen
Click on the "Help" menu and choose "About"
A window opens displaying the Musescore version and license information
Click on OK
The About window disappears

This test will check that the default score "Reunion" plays

Click on the "Playback" icon, or press the space-bar on your keyboard
The default "Reunion" piece starts playing through your speakers
Click on the "Playback" icon (or the space-bar) while the piece is playing
The piece pauses and the sound stops
Click on the "Playback" icon (or the space-bar)
The piece plays through to the end

This test will check that the default score "Reunion" prints, or that a PDF file is created

Click on the "Print" icon (or choose File > Print from the menu)
A "Print" window opens
Choose your printer from the drop down list (or "Print to File (PDF)" and choose a suitable location)
Musescore prints a copy of the default "Reunion" score, or creates a PDF file that can be opened in a PDF viewer

This test will check that a new score can be created, notes entered and the file saved and opened again

Click on the "Create New Score" icon (File > New from the menu)
The "Create New Score" window opens
Enter a title for the new piece (e.g. "Test")
Check that "create new score from scratch" is selected
Click "Next"
A list of instruments to choose from appears
Click on an instrument from the list so that it is highlighted
Click on "Add"
The chosen instrument now appears in the "Staves" box to the right of the instrument list
Click "Next"
The "Select Key Signature" step now appears
Choose a Key Signature (e.g. G major)
Click "Next"
The "Create Time Signature" step now appears
Choose a Time Signature (e.g. 3/4)
Choose 2 measures
Click Finish
An empty score appears with your chosen title, Key Signature & Time Signature
Click "Note Input Mode" icon (or press "N" on the keyboard)
Click somewhere on the staff to enter a note
If the "enable sound while editing" icon is highlighted, you hear the note sound as it appears on the staff
Continue filling the staff with a variety of notes
Click the "Rewind to Start Position" icon
Click the "Play" icon (or the space-bar on the keyboard)
You hear your new piece play
Click the "Save Score to File" icon (File > Save from the menu)
Type in a name for your file and choose a location to save it
Click "Save"
Close the tab for your new file by clicking the "X"
Click the "Load Score from File" icon (File > Open from the menu)
Find and Choose your file
Click "Open"
Your file opens again and appears as it was when you saved it

This test will check if you can enter notes stepwise using a midi keyboard
If your midi keyboard has not been switched on, close down Musescore, turn on your midi keyboard, and reopen your test score in Musescore.
If you don't have a physical midi keyboard, install/use vkeybd instead, and have this running before starting Musescore.

From the menu, choose Create > Measures> Append Measures (or press Shift+Ctrl+B)
Choose 2 measures
Click "OK"
Check midi entry is enabled by clicking the "Enable Midi Input" icon until it is highlighted
Click on one of the 2 new empty measures to indicate where to start note entry
Click on "N" to begin note entry
Press some notes on your midi keyboard
Notes appear on the score
Fill the score with notes from the midi keyboard
Click the "Rewind to Start Position" icon
Click the "Play" icon
You hear your entered notes being played

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