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Re: page-break-before proposed tests

From: fantasai <fantasai.lists@inkedblade.net>
Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2007 11:26:38 -0400
Message-ID: <46FA7A2E.2050504@inkedblade.net>
To: Michael Turnwall <mturnwall@revenution.com>
CC: public-css-testsuite@w3.org

Michael Turnwall wrote:
> Here's some more paged media tests.
> *page-break-before: always*
> http://www.revenutiontesting.com/w3c/page_breaks/t130301-page-break-before-always-03-a.xht

As with the last set, I'd remove the .dummy class from the first sentence.

> *page-break-before: auto*
> http://www.revenutiontesting.com/w3c/page_breaks/t130301-page-break-before-auto-04-a.xht

I'd change the sentences here to match those in the equivalent after test case:
   "There must not be a page break after this line of text."
   "This sentence must be on the first page."

> *page-break-before: (inline elements)*
> http://www.revenutiontesting.com/w3c/page_breaks/t130301-page-break-before-inline-05-a.xht

Use the same text here as in the auto test case.

> *page-break-before: (invalid syntax)*
> http://www.revenutiontesting.com/w3c/page_breaks/t130301-page-break-before-invalid-syntax-14-a.xht

This test is incorrect, same problems as the equivalent -after test.
Also, please add the 'invalid' flag.

> *page-break-before: (no inherit)*
> http://www.revenutiontesting.com/w3c/page_breaks/t130301-page-break-before-no-inherit-12-a.xht

I'd change the text to use the same text as the equivalent -after test.
(Also remove the dummy class from the non-dummy last sentence in both tests.)

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