Light-locker-settings in Xubuntu Desktop in Trusty Daily (archived)

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This testcase requires suspending/resuming

This test will check that light-locker-settings can set the amount of delay after the screensaver is activated for the screen to lock

Open Light Locker Settings from the Settings dialog
The Light Locker Settings dialog opens
Click the Open button on the "Your screensaver settings are managed by Xfce Power Manager" infobar
The Xfce Power Manager dialog opens
Click the "Display" tab
The Display power management settings screen appears
Change the "Blank after" slider to 1 minute
Click "Close"
In the Light Locker Settings dialog, set the "Enable light-locker" switch to ON
Change "Automatically lock the session" to "When the screensaver is activated"
Change the "Delay locking after screensaver" slider to 10 seconds
Click "Apply"
After 1 minute of no activity, your screen will go blank
Move your mouse as soon as the screen blanks
Your screen is restored
Wait another minute
Your screen will go blank
Wait 10 more seconds and then move your mouse
The Unlock dialag appears
Enter your password to unlock the session

This test will check that light-locker-settings will lock the screen when resuming from suspend

Verify that the "Lock on suspend" switch is set to OFF
Click "Apply" (if necessary)
Suspend your session from the menu
Resume from suspend
The screen is restored immediately
Set the "Lock on suspend" switch to ON
Click "Apply"
Suspend your session from the menu
Resume from suspend
The Unlock dialog appears

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Passedwkrekik2014-03-09 11:20Link to the testcase revision
Passedschproodle2014-02-27 18:13

test in vm (Virtualbox 4.3.8 64bit)
Could not really tell the difference between blanking screen and turning display off

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Passedslickymaster2014-02-27 12:44Link to the testcase revision
Passedjjfrv82014-02-23 09:34

Shouldn't the testcase tell us to launch l-l-s from Settings?
I don't know what the purpose of the second section in the testcase is. We've already set blanking to 1 minute in the previous step.
My hardware apparently does not support turning the display off.

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