QA:Testcase Gnome Color Settings

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|description=This test case tests the basic functionality of the Color Settings panel and hotplugging for colorimeter devices. Also functionality of the Color Settings panel when adding or removing profile files.
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# Make sure the {{package|gnome-control-center}} and {{package|gnome-color-manager}} packages are installed
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# Remove any previous color profiles set for the display (FIXME: how do you do this from outside of the panel?)
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# Ensure no color calibration hardware is connected
 
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Be as specific as required for the target audience.  
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# Calibration
# Start here ...
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## Open the Color Settings panel
# Next do this ...
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## Make sure the display is visible in the device list
# Finally click that
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## Click on the display, make sure the "Calibrate" action at the bottom right is disabled
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## Attach a color calibration device, make sure the "Calibrate" action gets enabled
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## Click "Calibrate", ensure the wizard allows you to proceed.
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## Verify the full screen OSD to attach the device to the screen is shown at the end of the wizard
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## Press "Start" on the OSD and verify color patches start drawing on the screen
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# Add profile
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## Open the Color Settings panel
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## Make sure the display is visible in the device list
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## Click on the display, click "Add Profile"
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## Select "Test Profile: Blue" and press "Add"
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# Remove profile
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## Select the blue profile from the list available for the display
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## Click on "Remove Profile"
 
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|results=
The following must be true to consider this a successful test run. Be brief ... but explicit.
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# Calibration
# Step #1 completes without error
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## Ensure the calibration process finishes correctly
# The system boots into runlevel 5
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## Ensure the new profile is available from the panel once the process completes
# Program completes with exit code 0
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# Add profile
|optional=Optionally provide hints for exploratory testing.
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## Ensure the monitor turns blue
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## Ensure the profile is added to the list available for the display
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# Remove profile
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## Ensure the monitor color goes back to normal
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## Ensure the profile is not in the list anymore
 
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Latest revision as of 22:24, 20 March 2013

Contents

Description

This test case tests the basic functionality of the Color Settings panel and hotplugging for colorimeter devices. Also functionality of the Color Settings panel when adding or removing profile files.

Setup

  1. Make sure the Package-x-generic-16.pnggnome-control-center and Package-x-generic-16.pnggnome-color-manager packages are installed
  2. Remove any previous color profiles set for the display (FIXME: how do you do this from outside of the panel?)
  3. Ensure no color calibration hardware is connected

How to test

  1. Calibration
    1. Open the Color Settings panel
    2. Make sure the display is visible in the device list
    3. Click on the display, make sure the "Calibrate" action at the bottom right is disabled
    4. Attach a color calibration device, make sure the "Calibrate" action gets enabled
    5. Click "Calibrate", ensure the wizard allows you to proceed.
    6. Verify the full screen OSD to attach the device to the screen is shown at the end of the wizard
    7. Press "Start" on the OSD and verify color patches start drawing on the screen
  2. Add profile
    1. Open the Color Settings panel
    2. Make sure the display is visible in the device list
    3. Click on the display, click "Add Profile"
    4. Select "Test Profile: Blue" and press "Add"
  3. Remove profile
    1. Select the blue profile from the list available for the display
    2. Click on "Remove Profile"

Expected Results

  1. Calibration
    1. Ensure the calibration process finishes correctly
    2. Ensure the new profile is available from the panel once the process completes
  2. Add profile
    1. Ensure the monitor turns blue
    2. Ensure the profile is added to the list available for the display
  3. Remove profile
    1. Ensure the monitor color goes back to normal
    2. Ensure the profile is not in the list anymore