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Tests that should mention antialiasing effects for "no red"

From: L. David Baron <dbaron@dbaron.org>
Date: Mon, 4 Oct 2010 16:35:05 -0700
To: public-css-testsuite@w3.org
Message-ID: <20101004233505.GA13162@pickering.dbaron.org>
The following 28 tests say that no red must be visible on the page.
However, it's entirely normal to have red on the page as a result of
antialising effects, since it's the drawing of black text on top of
red text.  (In these cases, particularly so, since the text is
the Ahem font in italic style.)

Some of the other tests with "no red" mention antialising effects,
but these don't, and therefore I interpret the tests to (a) fail in
Firefox and (b) be invalid, and I am marking them as such in my
implementation report.


(I'd also note that I now have images for all of the noninteractive
tests, and a script to score unique images, starting with the most
common ones, at
http://hg.mozilla.org/users/dbaron_mozilla.com/css21-implementation-report/ .)

-David

html4/font-011.htm
html4/font-012.htm
html4/font-013.htm
html4/font-014.htm
html4/font-015.htm
html4/font-016.htm
html4/font-027.htm
html4/font-028.htm
html4/font-029.htm
html4/font-030.htm
html4/font-031.htm
html4/font-032.htm
html4/font-042.htm
html4/font-043.htm
xhtml1/font-011.xht
xhtml1/font-012.xht
xhtml1/font-013.xht
xhtml1/font-014.xht
xhtml1/font-015.xht
xhtml1/font-016.xht
xhtml1/font-027.xht
xhtml1/font-028.xht
xhtml1/font-029.xht
xhtml1/font-030.xht
xhtml1/font-031.xht
xhtml1/font-032.xht
xhtml1/font-042.xht
xhtml1/font-043.xht

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L. David Baron                                 http://dbaron.org/
Mozilla Corporation                       http://www.mozilla.com/
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