QA:Testcase Gnome Clocks

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# Run Gnome Clocks.
 
# Run Gnome Clocks.
# Go into World tab
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# Go through all tabs and test functionality
# Click the "New" button.
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# Test World Tab functionality
# Add a bunch of cities
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# Test Alarm Tab functionality
# Click them and check sun rise and sun set.
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# Test Stopwatch Tab functionality
# Go back and delete them.
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# Test Timer functionality
 
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# Once you have logged in, the cancel button should disappear.
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# Gnome clocks should appear
# Once you have allowed access, the dialog should disappear and the new account should appear in the panel.
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# You should be able to go through all tabs, details should appear correctly
# GMail should show up in Evolution.
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# You should be able to add several cities, go into their tabs and see sunset and sun rise times, go back and delete any of them.
# Google Calendars should show up in Evolution.
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# You should be able to add several alarms, go into them to see their details, delete them and what's the most important to hear them when the time comes. :-)
# Google Contacts should show up in Contacts and Evolution.
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# You should be able to measure time, stop it when you need pause, measure laps and reset everything after you are done.
# GTalk should show up in Empathy.
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# You should be able to set timer and hear the sound when it comes to 0
# Google Documents should show up in Documents.
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# You should not be prompted for a password to use the applications unless you use 2-factor authentication.
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Latest revision as of 12:02, 21 March 2013

Contents

Description

Test clock application

Setup

  1. Ensure that Package-x-generic-16.pnggnome-clocks is installed.

How to test

  1. Run Gnome Clocks.
  2. Go through all tabs and test functionality
  3. Test World Tab functionality
  4. Test Alarm Tab functionality
  5. Test Stopwatch Tab functionality
  6. Test Timer functionality

Expected Results

  1. Gnome clocks should appear
  2. You should be able to go through all tabs, details should appear correctly
  3. You should be able to add several cities, go into their tabs and see sunset and sun rise times, go back and delete any of them.
  4. You should be able to add several alarms, go into them to see their details, delete them and what's the most important to hear them when the time comes. :-)
  5. You should be able to measure time, stop it when you need pause, measure laps and reset everything after you are done.
  6. You should be able to set timer and hear the sound when it comes to 0