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From: Simon Fraser <smfr@me.com>
Date: Tue, 05 Oct 2010 20:55:59 -0700
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To: "Public CSS 2.1 test suite mailing list" <public-css-testsuite@w3.org>
block-in-inline-004
Ambiguous: the text goes green when you hover to the right of the text too.

border-bottom-applies-to-010
border-bottom-color-applies-to-010
border-bottom-style-applies-to-010
border-bottom-width-applies-to-010
border-top-applies-to-010
border-top-color-applies-to-010
border-top-style-applies-to-010
border-top-width-applies-to-010
margin-bottom-applies-to-010
and probably more.
These tests are vague about whether the position of the bullet matters. They say "there is a marker bullet on the left-hand side of the line", but in many cases the bullet is not aligned with the line.

border-bottom-width-012
border-bottom-width-023
border-bottom-width-034
border-bottom-width-045
border-bottom-width-056
border-bottom-width-067
border-bottom-width-078
and same-numbered border-top-width tests.
It's unclear if the line should be continuous, or whether a gap in the middle is OK.

c5518-brdr-t-001
c5520-brdr-b-001
It's hard to know what "directly over" means. In WebKit, there's more space between the word and the line above in one case, but it's unclear whether this is a fail.

content-counters-001
content-counters-002
content-counters-003
Is "exactly the same" a pass?

floats-025
Badly worded; does "on the right" mean inside or outside?

rtl-linebreak
In WebKit the test matches the reference, but the reference is not self-consistent (it says "there should be a black border to the left of "Two" above", but there is not).

Simon
Received on Wednesday, 6 October 2010 04:57:39 GMT

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