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[css-writing-modes-3] text-orientation-010

From: Gérard Talbot <css21testsuite@gtalbot.org>
Date: Tue, 15 Dec 2015 06:06:21 -0500
To: Taka Oshiyama <takaoshiyama@gmail.com>, Koji Ishii <kojiishi@gluesoft.co.jp>
Cc: Public CSS Test suite mailing list <public-css-testsuite@w3.org>
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Taka Oshiyama,


I think we need to split your text-orientation-010 test into 2 distinct 
and separate tests. The Ahem part of your test needs a bit of 
adjustement: 'height: 3em' is not needed (and not part of the purpose of 
the test) if 'writing-mode' is set on the block (div) and not on the 
inline (span) element. The Ahem part of your test should probably go in 
section 3.1 (and then be filename-renamed) since it checks 1.block flow 
direction and 2.inline direction.

The latin and Japan mixed text part of your test specifically and 
formally tests 'text-orientation: mixed' and requires that we describe 
the expected result and to use an image for comparison purpose. So, I 


and I will submit it with both of us as co-authors.

Changes from your test:

width: 3em; is not needed

font-size: 1.5em; It is best, more reliable to use px unit for tests 
(although, on the web, em unit or percentage unit is better). I've 
chosen 30px.

div#control uses an image screenshot. Here, Firefox 42+ and Chrome 49 
differ on inter-character spacing. I used Chrome 49's rendering because 
I think it is more correct typographically: this, I hope, can be 
confirmed by Koji or Elika.

I'll ask Koji Ishii to review that test.

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