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Right Click Reliability

Last Updated: 1/3/2017

This is to test the right-click detection capabilities of a Windows Precision Touchpad device.

Test name

  • Test.RightClickReliability.json

Core requirements tested

  • No requirement – recommended for experience testing on click-pads and pressure-pads.

Test purpose

  • Provides testing for the reliability of right clicks with contacts that are in the far corner of the digitizer and very quick button presses

Tools required

  • PTLogo.exe

Validation steps

  1. Launch Test. RightClickReliability.json.

  2. 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.

  1. 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.

Common errors

  • 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.

Passing criteria

  • 5/5 (100%) iterations must pass in order to complete with passing status.
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