Xubuntu GTK3 Indicator Panel in Xubuntu Desktop in Trusty Daily (archived)

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This test will check that sound indicator works correctly

Requires media to be available for media application and for sound to be working

Click sound indicator in panel
Sound menu appears
Select and click available media application
Selected application opens
Click play in indicator menu
Music plays in selected source
Change volume on indicator menu
Notification of volume changes appears
Volume of playing application changes
Press Forward
Track playing in source moves forward to next
Press Back
Track playing in source moves backward to previous
Press Pause
Track playing in source pauses
If choose playlist is available, select new playlist
Playlist changes, previous playing track stops, first track in new playlist plays

If more than one media application is available in indicator, complete the above test for each application

Press Sound Settings
pavucontrol opens

This test will check that messages indicator works correctly

If server connection is not available prior to the following test, this is not cause to fail the test
indicator-messages is not available until an application that appears in the indicator has been run and the install rebooted - if this is not available please do not test

Click messages indicator in panel
Message menu appears
Select Pidgin from the menu
Pidgin starts and connects to server if suitable settings are available

If connected to server, complete the following test

From messaging menu, select a different online status
Pidgin reflects the new online status

This test will check that Network indicator works correctly

Internet connectivity will be lost during this test

Click network indicator in panel
Network menu appears
Click Edit
Network Connections dialogue opens
Click Information
Connection Information dialogue opens
Click Enable Networking
Networking is disabled, notification of being offline
Click Enable Networking
Networking is enabled, notification of available connection
Click VPN Connections
Network Connections dialogue brought to front
Click Disconnect
Notification of being offline
Click your available connection
Notification of available connection

This test will check that power indicator works correctly

The power indicator menu will look different depending on whether you're testing a laptop or a desktop.

Click power indicator (battery icon) in panel
Power menu appears
Select "Power manager settings..."
The Xfce Power Manager dialogue opens at the General tab
Close the Xfce Power Manager dialogue

If testing a laptop, complete the following tests.

Click the power indicator in the panel
Power menu appears
Click on the battery status indication
The Xfce Power Manager dialogue opens at the Devices tab
Close the Xfce Power Manager dialogue
Click the power indicator in the panel
Power menu appears
Move the Display Brightness slider
The laptop display dims/brighens

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

ReporterLast updateBugsComment
Failedsergio-br22014-03-11 07:09
blank Properties window (#1290803)
In: xfce4-indicator-plugin (Ubuntu)
Status: Fix Released
Importance: High
Assignee: Jackson Doak
1 reports, 11 comments, 2 subscribers, 0 duplicates
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ReporterLast updateBugsComment
Passedslickymaster2014-02-27 11:21Link to the testcase revision
Passedjjfrv82014-02-16 08:14

XChat and IM do not appear in message menu.
Tested on desktop so no battery indicator to test.

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