Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-fonts] Proposal to extend CSS font-optical-sizing (#4430)

> @robmck-ms Is this a correct tabular summary of your test results?

Mostly, yes, but some updates below:

For macos: I discovered that the avar table in the font was causing some problems on macos, so I removed it, and updated the URL in the codepen. (The avar table is not relevant to this test, so unnecessary) This accounts for the strange numbers I saw for macos, and brings us within rounding error of what I'd expect:

| OS | Browser / Engine  | opsz @ 72pt | opsz @ 72px | 1in / 1 inch |
| macos | *all* | 95.996 | 72  | ~75%  |

Currently, there is no "Windows non-browser" line yet as browsers are the only applications that currently support automatic optical size. (DirectWrite does not have an API specifically for optical size selection because it's concidered an app-level decision as it has the context of the rendering intent (e.g. it knows if its zooming or not)). If/when Office supports automatic optical size, it will be based on the point size of the text in the document.

I didn't test Windows / Safari as I didn't think there was such a thing anymore. Is there? I couldn't find a Windows webkit build.

I tried the codepen on my Android phone. The text size in landscape is much different than portrait, so I don't know what to use as a baseline, so I didn't report on Android. I added a third line to the codepen that forces opsz to 50 to verify that the font does work on Android.

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