Test Cases For Mouse: Writing mouse test cases are quite complicated unless we narrow down the device specifications. In this post, I have selected generic devices and written the cases for them. Let’s start with the device selection first and then narrow it down to the specific type.
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Let’s keep the discussion for a manufacturing company and another company-specific standard out of this for now, and in the previous post, you can check the test case for mobile.
Mouse Test Case
There are multiple types of Mouse devices available:
- Mechanical mouse
- Optical and laser mouse
- Ergonomic mouse
- Laptop or Gaming mouse
- Tactile mouse
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Test Cases For Mouse
Given below are the types of main test cases for the mouse tests.
- Specification test
- Integration test
- Functional test
- Software test
Test Cases For Mouse – Specification Tests
- Check the company logo is as per the requirement and at a specific location.
- Check if the mouse has a scroller on the top and also the light on the bottom of the mouse.
- Check the identification and specification details sticker will be present on the backside.
- Check the width, height, and weight as per the requirement.
- Check the optical region works as per the requirement.
- Check if the mouse is a PS/2, USB or serial port mouse, or cordless mouse.
- Check the left and right buttons are as per the requirement.
Mouse Test – Interaction Tests
- Check whether it is connected to your PC or not.
- Check if the USB driver is detected by the operating system automatically (Windows, Mac, and Linux).
- Check is the device does not require any other specific driver than the standard USB driver.
- Check if the device does not have any hardware conflict during the system boot.
- Check if the device does not have any hardware conflict after the startup during the desktop session.
- Check if the pointer is visible after plugged-in in between the desktop session.
- Check if the device is pointing to the right region while pointing on the screen.
Mouse Test Cases – Software Tests
- Check on right click user should get the context window.
- Check on Clicking left click the application is opening or the region is selected.
- Check by using left click a user can drag and drop objects like files, folders, and media.
- Check on Clicking double click the file, folder, and media files open or does the operation as intended.
- Check if the scroll works when you have opened multipage content.
- Check the scroll bar is working as expected by doing up, down, and towards the right direction.
- Check by using the control panel the user can change the right and left click functionality or not.
Functional Test Cases For Mouse
- Check when a user moves the pointer on the screen and when it is moved on the links it should turn out as a hand symbol.
- Check if the pointer turns out to be a vertical bar in the textbox.
- Check if the mouse pointer is in the right place, where it is intended to point.
Test Cases For Wireless Mouse
- Check the mouse over a link the mouse cursor icon gets changed or not.
- Check on hover over a menu or submenu is open or not.
- Check if the tooltip message is displaying on hover. (If tooltip message is present )
- Check when the user moves the cursor from any object then the mouse pointer should go to normal view.
These are some of the test cases that I can think of. Many other specific test cases can be made based on the type, and the company of the device. Feel free to let me know if you have any other test cases in mind. I’d be happy to add these test cases to the above list.