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Test case: Keyboard test for Arabic
How to report results

Stream 8.2, Any
Category I18N Sub-category keyboard
Component Keyboard
Feature http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Tests/Keyboard_mappings
Objective Ensure that a new release booted up on an Arabic keyboard will boot properly, and the characters of the keyboard will be properly represented on the screen.
Tools SKU7 keyboard
Setup See link to feature
Procedure See link to feature
Expected Results
and Pass Criteria
The characters on the keyboard are properly represented after booting latest build.
Comments warning.pngEmpty strings are not accepted.
Release Stream Build Pass/Fail Trac Ticket(s) Comment(s) Date of Test
Candidate 8.2 760 Fail #8489 The font for numbers is weird...the character fonts are fine. I don't know how to test Right-to-Left -- we really need some good details in this test case about how to ensure the compose characters are working; when to expect RTL and LTR; what fonts are supposed to be used, etc. warning.pngThe date "" was not understood (support for dates is still experimental).


Candidate 8.2 767 Fail the characters looked pretty good in a search bar or in terminal, but when you use the arabic font in write it just looks like defragmented latin characters. Also, the letter B's arabic counterpart shows up incorrectly as well as the G's arabic counterpart. In terminal the difference between the 2 and 3 arabic counterparts are indistinguishable. warning.pngThe date "" was not understood (support for dates is still experimental).


Facts about Tests/I18N/keyboards/ArabicRDF feed
Build number 760  +, and 767  +
Build stream 8.2  +info.pngLink to builds in stream, Packages in stream, ChangeLog, Differences vs joyride , and Any  +info.pngLink to builds in stream, Packages in stream, ChangeLog, Differences vs joyride
Comments The font for numbers is weird...the charac The font for numbers is weird...the character fonts are fine. I don't know how to test Right-to-Left -- we really need some good details in this test case about how to ensure the compose characters are working; when to expect RTL and LTR; what fonts are supposed to be used, etc. ; what fonts are supposed to be used, etc., and the characters looked pretty good in a sea the characters looked pretty good in a search bar or in terminal, but when you use the arabic font in write it just looks like defragmented latin characters. Also, the letter B's arabic counterpart shows up incorrectly as well as the G's arabic counterpart. In terminal the difference between the 2 and 3 arabic counterparts are indistinguishable. arabic counterparts are indistinguishable.
Created warning.pngThe date "" was not understood (support for dates is still experimental).
More notes warning.pngEmpty strings are not accepted.
Pass criteria The characters on the keyboard are properly represented after booting latest build.
PassFail Fail  +
Short name Keyboard test for Arabic  +
Software release Candidate  +
System component Keyboard  +
System feature http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Tests/Keyboard_mappings  +
Test category I18N  +
Test objective Ensure that a new release booted up on an Arabic keyboard will boot properly, and the characters of the keyboard will be properly represented on the screen.  +
Test procedure See link to feature
Test setup See link to feature
Test subcategory keyboard  +
Test tools SKU7 keyboard  +
Trac bug number 8,489  +info.pngTrac ticket
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