TS 60 configurable

Form Editor - Window configurable Test Specification

Author: Jana Maleckova
Version: 6.0
Last update: 2007/05/14
Introduction: Window configurable.
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Contents


Test suite: See / set global options

Purpose: Global options - assure set options in main menu Tools -> Options.
Setup: Start IDE with clear userdir. Create new project, Java Application (e.g. MyApplication) and create a new form (e.g MyJFrame).

  1. Form objects
    1. Invoke Tools -> Options from main menu.
    2. Push button Advanced Options
    3. Select Editor -> GUI Builder.
    4. Change options in Form objects Properties (Selection Border Size/Color, Drag Feedback Color).
    5. Change options in Form objects Expert (Event Variable Name, Grid X/Y, Apply Grid to Position/Size, Variables Modifier... ).
    6. Assure all changes in Form Editor window and workspace. Close and open Form Editor and assure visual appearance.
    7. Try to close Forte and run again, assure values of read properties.
    • EXPECTED RESULT: All changes made in GUI editor options should be visible in design
  2. Component palette
    1. Invoke Tools -> Palete Customizer from main menu.
    2. Delete, Rename, Move up/down, Change order of categories and beans. Cut, Copy, Delete and Paste component from one category to another or to the same. Select more components or categories and try cutting, deleting and copying.
    3. All changes assure in Component palette and try creating new frame with these components.
    • EXPECTED RESULT: Everything should go smoothly
  3. Templates
    1. Invoke Tools -> Templates Manager from main menu.
    2. Select and expand Java GUI Forms node.
    3. Add some new templates and set their Properties and Execution.
    • EXPECTED RESULT: Assure using new templates.


Test suite: Test shortcuts

Purpose: Shortcuts - assure set shortcuts in Main Window Tools -> Options -> Keymap
Setup: Start IDE with clear userdir. Create new project, Java Application (e.g. MyApplication) and create a new form (e.g MyJFrame).

  1. Shortcuts in Form Editor and Component Inspector
    1. Use Tools -> Options -> Keymap (Form) to see shortcuts -> action mapping and test all defined shortcuts.
    2. Create new shortcuts for tested action and test their in Form Editor and Component Inspector.
    • EXPECTED RESULT: The intended action should be invoked for particular shortcut.


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