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|description=This test is to check if input displayed and prints correctly in applications such as Evolution Mail and Calendar, Open Office, and chat etc.
 
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# Select ''System -> System Settings -> Input Method Selector''.
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# Select ''Activities -> Applications -> Other -> Input Method Selector'' on gnome-shell or ''Applications -> Other -> Input Method Selector'' on the fallback mode.
## Check ''Enable input method feature'', then click ''Input Method Preferences''.  
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## Select ''Use IBus'', then click ''Preference...'' at the right side.  
 
## Open ''Input Method'' label in the ''Ibus Preferences'' window, Then click ''Select Input Method'' to choose a language.
 
## Open ''Input Method'' label in the ''Ibus Preferences'' window, Then click ''Select Input Method'' to choose a language.
 
## Click ''add'' button and ''Close''.   
 
## Click ''add'' button and ''Close''.   

Revision as of 01:10, 1 September 2011

Description

This test is to check if input displayed and prints correctly in applications such as Evolution Mail and Calendar, Open Office, and chat etc.


How to test

  1. Select Activities -> Applications -> Other -> Input Method Selector on gnome-shell or Applications -> Other -> Input Method Selector on the fallback mode.
    1. Select Use IBus, then click Preference... at the right side.
    2. Open Input Method label in the Ibus Preferences window, Then click Select Input Method to choose a language.
    3. Click add button and Close.
  2. Open an application, left click Ibus input method framework icon in the panel to select the input method.
  3. Input some texts like words, numbers, special characters into application.
  4. Select File -> Print to print out the page.

Expected Results

  1. Characters are displayed properly and not corrupted in applications.
  2. Words are printed out without error.