Right Click Reliability
This is to test the right-click detection capabilities of a Windows Precision Touchpad device.
Core requirements tested
- No requirement – recommended for experience testing on click-pads and pressure-pads.
- Provides testing for the reliability of right clicks with contacts that are in the far corner of the digitizer and very quick button presses
Launch Test. RightClickReliability.json.
Test the far corner’s reliability:
a. Place a finger in the far bottom-right corner of the touchpad.
b. Press the touchpad button. The test will pass, if a right-click is recognized.
c. Release the contact.
c. Repeat once - for a total of two total iterations.
- Test the device’s responsiveness to quick presses:
a. Quickly press and lift a contact in the bottom-right corner of the touchpad, such that a button click occurs. The test will pass, if a right-click is recognized.
b. Repeat two more times - for a total of three total iterations.
If the far corner test fails, the device may report left clicks when a user is attempting to produce a right click in the region.
If the quick press test fails, the device may report left clicks when a user quickly attempts to right click.
- 5/5 (100%) iterations must pass in order to complete with passing status.