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  1. Moodle QA
  2. MDLQA-5249 QA tests converted to behat
  3. MDLQA-1663

In Internet Explorer 8, on the index page, course controls work correctly for topic format, in paged mode, when ajax is turned on.

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      Test Pre-requisites:

      • This test must be performed using the Internet Explorer 8 web browser.
      • Enable ajax in Site administration > Appearance > Ajax and Javascript
      • Any course in Moodle that has the course format set to Topics.
      • Course administration > Course layout is set to "Show one section per page".

      Test Steps:
      1. Navigate the course index page.
      2. Move a section and verify that the section has been moved.
      3. Move a resource between sections, then turn editing off and verify that the resource has been moved.
      4. Indent a resource, then turn editing off and verify that section appears indented and in the correct position.
      5. Edit a resource, then turn editing off and verify that the resource has been edited.
      6. Hide a resource, then turn editing off and verify that the resource is hidden.
      7. Delete a resource, then turn editing off and verify that the resource is deleted.
      8. Duplicate a resource, then turn editing off and verify that the resource has been duplicated.
      9. Hide a section, then turn editing off and verify that the section remains hidden.
      10. Set a section as the current topic, turn editing off and verify it has been marked visually.
      11. Add the section links block and verify that the section links are working correctly.

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