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This test case tests whether the menu layout in a standard Fedora installation meets basic standards of navigability and polish.


  1. Perform a standard installation of the Fedora version (or pre-release) you wish to test, from the DVD image

How to test

  1. Examine each menu entry in each level of the default system menu layout.
    • Each application must have an appropriate icon, at a resolution high enough not to appear pixelated, and consistent in appearance with other icons
  2. Check for cases where applications appear multiple times in the system menu layout. Some appear multiple times intentionally, so check all cases with the desktop team before filing bugs.
    • Applications should not unintentionally appear in system menus multiple times.

Expected Results

  1. All expectations mentioned in the How to test section are met.