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Re: CSS3-writing-modes text-orientation testsuite

From: Kazuaki Takemura <takemura@networksoft.co.jp>
Date: Sat, 23 Feb 2013 23:17:11 +0900
Message-ID: <5128CF67.2080908@networksoft.co.jp>
To: Gérard Talbot <css21testsuite@gtalbot.org>
CC: Public CSS test suite mailing list <public-css-testsuite@w3.org>
Hello Gérard :)

I have re-submitted to repository.
http://test.csswg.org/shepherd/search/testcase/spec/css3-writing-modes/status/submitted/


> Example given of rotated text (45 degrees)
> http://test.csswg.org/suites/css3-transforms/nightly-unstable/html/transform-rotate-001.htm
> OK. I try to use CSS transforms rotate,but if it’s difficult, I will 
> use image as reference.
I tried to use CSS transforms rotate feature, but it was difficult.
I decided to use a picture image obediently.

Some of the major changes are listed below:
Modified to use the image.
Change the relationship of CSS font-related.
Simplify the description.
Add *-ref files.

if you find any errors, please let me know.

Regards.
Takemura

(2013/02/21 18:18), Kazuaki Takemura wrote:
> (2013/02/21 15:22), "Gérard Talbot" wrote:
>> Le Dim 17 février 2013 11:35, Kazuaki Takemura a écrit :
>>> Hello.
>>>
>> Hello Kazuaki :)
>>
>>> You must be very busy because of the increasing number of committers
>>> from Japan.
>> I should be and will be in vacation in a few days. I'll notify all the
>> committers from Japan.
> Enjoy your vacation !
>
>>> But, I have submitted the property of text-orientation.
>>> http://test.csswg.org/shepherd/search/testcase/spec/css3-writing-modes/status/submitted/
>>> I appreciate it very much if you could review it.
>>>
>>> Reviewing the site(http://http://wiki.csswg.org/test/format),
>>> I did my best to describe it as accurately as possible, but if you find
>>> any errors, please let me know.
>>>
>>> This property may be the same one as described in Mr. taka$B!G(Bs mail
>>> (http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-css-testsuite/2013Feb/0039.html),
>>>
>>> but I submitted it anyway (since there are many kinds of properties in
>>> Japan).
>>>
>>> It was very difficult to explain this property in words with as little
>>> image as possible.
>>> It was especially hard to explain rotations and positional relationship.
>> I understand. It is difficult. One way is to use an image as reference
>> or use CSS transforms rotate feature as reference.
>>
>> Example given of rotated text (45 degrees)
>> http://test.csswg.org/suites/css3-transforms/nightly-unstable/html/transform-rotate-001.htm
> OK. I try to use CSS transforms rotate,but if it’s difficult, I will 
> use image as reference.
>
>
>> This text
>> "
>> for reference:
>> 		horizonal-only:(Includes: Latin, Arabic, Hebrew, Devanagari)
>> 		vertical-only:(Includes: Mongolian, Phags Pa)
>> 		bi-orientational:(Includes: Han, Hangul, Japanese Kana)
>> "
>> should NOT be read by testers. You can leave it as a <!-- comment --> in
>> the test though.
> OK. I will comment out it.
>
>>> I tried to describe it as simply as possible to keep it short.
>>> But, if you find it is difficult to understand or still too long, please
>>> do not hesitate to point it out.
>> I have been working on this.
>>
>> One way to make the pass/fail conditions sentence short and simple to
>> understand is to create a test and a reference (image or SVG or
>> something else) and then simply say:
>>
>> "Test passes if there are 2 <strong>identical</strong> [shape
>> descriptor]s."
>>
>> where shape descriptor could be rectangle, stripe, bar, line, grid or
>> even "Text sample", etc.. In this way, you avoid having to describe in
>> great details the 2 shapes or text.
>>
>> That way, you can also reuse later the reference in the reftest.
> I've got it.
>
>>> By the way, I have tried several browsers and found that it works with
>>> Safari and Chrome, though not perfectly.
>> Yes. I agree.
>>
>>> Other browsers do not seem compatible with this property.
>>>
>>> And @font-face relationship is commented out.
>>>
>>>
>>> Regards.
>>> Takemura
>> Here's what I've been working on:
>>
>> http://www.gtalbot.org/BrowserBugsSection/review/text-orientation-mixed-001-review.xht
>>
>> http://www.gtalbot.org/BrowserBugsSection/review/text-orientation-mixed-001-review-ref.xht
>>
>> http://www.gtalbot.org/BrowserBugsSection/review/text-orientation-mixed-123.xht
>>
>> http://www.gtalbot.org/BrowserBugsSection/review/text-orientation-mixed-123-ref.xht
>>
>> Another idea would be to use CSS transform rotate feature on <div
>> id="reference">:
>>
>> "
>>   rotate(<angle>)
>>      specifies a 2D rotation by the angle specified in the parameter
>> about the origin of the element, as defined by the
>> ‘transform-origin’ property. For example, ‘rotate(90deg)’ would
>> cause elements to appear rotated one-quarter of a turn in the
>> clockwise direction.
>> "
>> coming from
>> 15.1. 2D Transform Functions
>> http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-transforms/#two-d-transform-functions
>>
>> as the reference. That way, no image to create.
>>
>> -----------
>>
>> <meta name="flags" content="font should" />
>>
>> You can remove the "should" flag from
>> text-orientation-mixed-001.xht
>> and
>> text-orientation-sideways-001.xht
>>
>> "should" flag means that the property value or feature is recommended
>> and not required by the spec. Here, text-orientation values are
>> required, must be supported.
> I've got it.
>
>> More later.
>>
>> Gérard
>
> Regards.
> Takemura
>
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