Closes any open project, prompting the user to save it if it has been changed and then opens a FileSave dialog to allow selecting the name and location of the new project.
Closes any open project, prompting the user to save it if it has been changed and then opens a FileOpen dialog to allow selecting the name and location of an assembly, a test project or (if Visual Studio support is enabled) a Visual Studio project.
Closes any open project, prompting the user to save it if it has been changed.
Saves the currently open project. Opens the Save As dialog if this is the first time the project is being saved.
Opens a FileSave dialog to allow specifying the name and location to which the project should be saved.
Completely reloads the current project by closing and re-opening it.
Reloads the tests, merging any changes into the tree.
Displays a list of runtime versions you may select in order to reload the tests using that runtime. This submenu is only present if you have more than one runtime version available. Any framework versions not supported by your NUnit installation will be disabled until you install the necessary NUnit components.
Displays a list of recently opened projects and assemblies from which the user is able to select one for opening.
Closes and exits the application. If a test is running, the user is given the opportunity to cancel it and or to allow it to continue. If the open project has any pending changes, the user is given the opportunity to save it.
Displays the complete gui - as in prior versions of NUnit. This includes the errors and failures and other tabs and the progress bar.
Switches the display to the mini-gui, which consists of the tree display only.
Displays a submenu that allows showing or hiding the tabs on the right hand side of the display.
Errors & Failures, Tests Not Run, etc.
Selects the individual tabs to display.
Displays the Tree submenu.
Turns the display of checkboxes in the tree on or off. The checkboxes may be used to select multiple tests for running.
Expands the currently selected tree node.
Collapses the currently selected tree node.
Expands all nodes of the tree.
Collapses all nodes in the tree to the root.
Collapses all fixture nodes, hiding the test cases.
Displays the Properties Dialog for the currently selected test.
Displays a submenu that allows changing the general font used by NUnit.
Increases the size of the font.
Decreases the size of the font.
Displays the Font Change dialog.
Restores the default font.
Displays a submenu that allows changing the fixed font used to display console output from the tests.
Increases the size of the fixed font.
Decreases the size of the fixed font.
Restores the default fixed font.
Displays information about loaded test assemblies.
Displays or hides the status bar.
Displays a submenu allowing selecting, adding or editing a configuration.
Debug, Release, etc.
Loads the specified configuration for testing.
Opens the Add Configuration Dialog, which allows entry of the name of the new configuration and specifying an existing configuration to use as a template.
Opens the Configuration Editor.
Displays a FileOpen dialog to allow selecting an assembly to be added to the active configuration of the currently open project.
Only available if Visual Studio Support is enabled. Displays a FileOpen dialog to allows selecting a Visual Studio project to be added to the currently open project. Entries are added for each configuration specified in the VS project, creating new configurations in the test project if necessary.
Opens the Project Editor.
Runs all the tests.
Runs the test or tests that are selected in the tree. If checkboxes are visible, any checked tests are run by preference. This is the same function provided by the Run button.
Runs only the tests that failed on the previous run.
Stops the test run. This is the same function provided by the Stop button.
Opens a FileSave Dialog for saving the test results as an XML file.
Displays detailed information about the last exception.
Displays the Options Dialog.
Displays the Addins Dialog.
Displays the NUnit documentation, if installed. Otherwise, attempts to connect to the NUnit web site.
Displays info about your version of NUnit and a link to the nunit.org site.