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*# Notification that a new printer is available and needs to be configured, with an button that lets you do so
 
*# Notification that a new printer is available and needs to be configured, with an button that lets you do so
 
*# After being configured, the new printer appears in print dialog and works
 
*# After being configured, the new printer appears in print dialog and works
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*# When printing, a status icon should appear that gives access to past and current print jobs
 
*# Notification that the printer has been disconnected
 
*# Notification that the printer has been disconnected
 
*# After disconnecting it, the printer no longer appears in the print dialog
 
*# After disconnecting it, the printer no longer appears in the print dialog

Revision as of 23:42, 13 August 2009

Description

This test case describes the scenario of connecting a new printer


How to test

  1. Connect a printer with your computer, via USB or Bluetooth
  2. Watch how the system reacts
  3. Open an application (e.g. gedit) and print a page to the new printer
  4. Disconnect the printer
  5. Open the application again, and verify that the printer is gone

Expected Results

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What is reasonable?
Note that we ask for you to judge whether the system behaviour is 'reasonable' or not, without prescribing the exact outcome. If some aspect of the system behaviour is surprising or confusing to you, it is probably worth pointing out.
  • Reasonable behaviours might be:
    1. Notification that a new printer is available and ready to be used
    2. Notification that a new printer is available and needs to be configured, with an button that lets you do so
    3. After being configured, the new printer appears in print dialog and works
    4. When printing, a status icon should appear that gives access to past and current print jobs
    5. Notification that the printer has been disconnected
    6. After disconnecting it, the printer no longer appears in the print dialog