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|description=This test case covers improvement in zooming, search, bookmarking, text-selection and new annotation features.
 
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|setup=Get some PDF sample files
 
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|setup=Boot Fedora to KDE4 desktop. Ensure that you are connected to the Internet.
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# First step
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# Zooming
## First substep
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## Choose Zoom tool (Tools -> Zoom Tool or CTRL+2)
## Second substep
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## Select an area which you want to zoom in.
# Second step
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## Use "Ctrl + mouse scroll" to zoom in and out.
## Fisrt substep
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# Bookmarks
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## Open the example PDF file in Okular
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## Add some bookmarks (Bookmarks -> Add Bookmark or CTRL+B)
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## Remove one of bookmarks (not all of them, at least 2 of them should remain)
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## Save the PDF (File -> Save As...) and reopen the saved PDF file
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## In Navigation panel -> Bookmarks (F7 to visible it if not) jump to your bookmarks
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# Search
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## Open the example PDF file in Okular
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## Open Search line (Edit -> Search... or CTRL+F)
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## Enter "proof" (or any other text from the document) and confirm
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## Press F3 (Next) few times
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## Press Shift+F3 (Previous) few times
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# Text-selection
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## Open the example PDF file in Okular
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## Choose Text Selection tool (Tools -> Text Selection or CTRL+4)
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## Select any text and copy it into any text editor
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# Annotations
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## Open the example PDF file in Okular
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## Open Reviews panel (Tools -> Review or F6)
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## Try all of these tools, highlight/underline/draw something into the PDF
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## Save the PDF (File -> Save As...) and reopen the saved PDF file
  
 
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# Results are...
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# Zooming
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## Zooming should be very quick.
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# Bookmarks
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## Bookmarks are saved correctly and are correctly linked where you wanted to when you created them
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## You are able to remove bookmarks with no effect on the remaining
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# Search
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## You are able to search all occurrences of the selected word and 'Next' and 'Previous' buttons jumps to next or previous occurrence
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# Text-selection
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## Text you have had selected should be copied correctly (don't test it on mathematical expressions, there could be some simplifications)
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# Annotations
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## You should be able to make annotations into the PDF and everything should be stored after save. You should get the same result after reopening the file.
 
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Latest revision as of 20:54, 13 March 2013

Contents

Description

This test case covers improvement in zooming, search, bookmarking, text-selection and new annotation features.

Setup

Get some PDF sample files

How to test

  1. Zooming
    1. Choose Zoom tool (Tools -> Zoom Tool or CTRL+2)
    2. Select an area which you want to zoom in.
    3. Use "Ctrl + mouse scroll" to zoom in and out.
  2. Bookmarks
    1. Open the example PDF file in Okular
    2. Add some bookmarks (Bookmarks -> Add Bookmark or CTRL+B)
    3. Remove one of bookmarks (not all of them, at least 2 of them should remain)
    4. Save the PDF (File -> Save As...) and reopen the saved PDF file
    5. In Navigation panel -> Bookmarks (F7 to visible it if not) jump to your bookmarks
  3. Search
    1. Open the example PDF file in Okular
    2. Open Search line (Edit -> Search... or CTRL+F)
    3. Enter "proof" (or any other text from the document) and confirm
    4. Press F3 (Next) few times
    5. Press Shift+F3 (Previous) few times
  4. Text-selection
    1. Open the example PDF file in Okular
    2. Choose Text Selection tool (Tools -> Text Selection or CTRL+4)
    3. Select any text and copy it into any text editor
  5. Annotations
    1. Open the example PDF file in Okular
    2. Open Reviews panel (Tools -> Review or F6)
    3. Try all of these tools, highlight/underline/draw something into the PDF
    4. Save the PDF (File -> Save As...) and reopen the saved PDF file

Expected Results

  1. Zooming
    1. Zooming should be very quick.
  2. Bookmarks
    1. Bookmarks are saved correctly and are correctly linked where you wanted to when you created them
    2. You are able to remove bookmarks with no effect on the remaining
  3. Search
    1. You are able to search all occurrences of the selected word and 'Next' and 'Previous' buttons jumps to next or previous occurrence
  4. Text-selection
    1. Text you have had selected should be copied correctly (don't test it on mathematical expressions, there could be some simplifications)
  5. Annotations
    1. You should be able to make annotations into the PDF and everything should be stored after save. You should get the same result after reopening the file.