QA:Testcase Xfce settings desktop

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Description

This test case checks whether Xfce Settings Manager's Desktop applet works correctly.


How to test

  1. Install Fedora (this test can apply to multiple versions of Fedora and Xfce; if you are doing this test independently, pick one you are interested in, otherwise install the ones being used in the event you are taking part in)
  2. Install Xfce: yum install @XFCE
  3. Log in to Xfce
  4. Run the Settings Manager: Fedora menu -> Settings -> Xfce 4 Settings Manager
  5. Run the Desktop applet: click Desktop
  6. On the Background tab, try changing the background image
  7. On the Background tab, try adding a background image to the list by clicking the button with a + icon on it
  8. On the Background tab, try using a solid color background instead of an image
  9. On the Background tab, try changing the background 'style'
  10. On the Background tab, try adjusting the Brightness and Saturation sliders and observe the results
  11. On the Menus tab, adjust each setting in turn and test the results
  12. On the Icons tab, try each different Icon type setting and observe the results on the desktop
  13. On the Icons tab, try changing the icon size and font size
  14. On the Icons tab, try disabling some icons, with Icon type set to "File/launcher icons"

Expected Results

  1. Changing the background image should work and take effect immediately
  2. Adding a background image to the list should work and take effect immediately
  3. Using a solid color background should work and take effect immediately
  4. Changing the background 'style' should take effect immediately and behave as described
  5. Adjusting the Brightness and Saturation sliders should change the appearance of the desktop background (but nothing else) appropriately
  6. The settings on the Menus tab should each work as described. When you uncheck a top-level setting, its lower-level settings should be greyed out
  7. The 'None' icon type setting should result in no desktop icons. The 'File/launcher icons' setting should result in conventional desktop icons. The 'Minimized application icons' setting should result in icons for each running application
  8. The icon and font size settings should affect the appearance of desktop icons
  9. Unchecking an icon in the 'Default Icons' list should result in it no longer appearing on the desktop