This test case describes printing to PDF using a desktop's built-in support for this.
How to test
- Open an application (e.g. a text editor or word processor) and print a page to PDF, using the desktop's built-in option for this (e.g. "Print to File" on GNOME or "Print to File (PDF)" on KDE), not a virtual printer like "Cups-PDF"
- Open the PDF file and verify that the page has been printed properly
- If the desktop under test is known to support direct print to PDF (this includes GNOME and KDE), the option should be offered
- It should be made apparent to the user that the document is printing, and there should be access to past and current print jobs
- The PDF file should be created and should accurately reflect how the content should be printed