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[widgets] VMMF Test suite

From: Marcos Caceres <marcosc@opera.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2010 21:02:06 +0100
Message-ID: <4CEC1DBE.8020206@opera.com>
To: public-webapps@w3.org
The following tests were wrong, so I removed them from the VMMF test 
suite. They were wrong because the UA is free to choose the most 
suitable viewmode, and is under no obligation to respect the author's 
wishes for a particular view mode.


<test for="ta-vmmf" id="ordered" src="test-cases/008/test-008.wgt">
Test that multiple valid viewmodes values are processed by the UA and 
applied in the correct order. To pass, the user agent SHOULD select the 
&quot;windowed&quot; as the author&apos;s preferred view mode: doing so 
will display the word PASS (dynamically generated via CSS) and a green 
background.
</test>

<test for="ta-vmmf" id="windowed-first" src="test-cases/012/test-012.wgt">
	Test that the user agent honours the author&apos;s view modes by 
activating the correct view mode media feature: in this case, 
&apos;windowed&apos; is the most preferred view mode declared in the 
configuration document. To pass, the user agent must display the word 
PASS (dynamically generated via CSS) and a green background.
     </test>
<test for="ta-vmmf" id="maximized-first" src="test-cases/013/test-013.wgt">
	Test that the user agent honours the author&apos;s view modes by 
activating the correct view mode media feature: in this case, 
&apos;maximized&apos; is the most preferred view mode declared in the 
configuration document. To pass, the user agent must display the word 
PASS (dynamically generated via CSS) and a green background.
  </test>
<test for="ta-vmmf" id="minimized-first" src="test-cases/014/test-014.wgt">
	Test that the user agent honours the author&apos;s view modes by 
activating the correct view mode media feature: in this case, 
&apos;minimized&apos; is the most preferred view mode declared in the 
configuration document. To pass, the user agent must display the word 
PASS (dynamically generated via CSS) and a green background.
  </test>
<test for="ta-vmmf" id="fullscreen-first" src="test-cases/015/test-015.wgt">
	Test that the user agent honours the author&apos;s view modes by 
activating the correct view mode media feature: in this case, 
&apos;fullscreen&apos; is the most preferred view mode declared in the 
configuration document. To pass, the user agent must display the word 
PASS (dynamically generated via CSS) and a green background.
  </test>
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