RE: Should the base svg element support CSS or trigger events? (test suite)

What are the chances of that?  The only version of Webkit I test and it has a bug! :)
I was using the absolute latest nightly version of Webkit.  If failed nearly everything.  I guess I will need to keep an eye on it and make sure the bug is not permanent. :)
Anyways, Safari 5.0.2 (7533.18.5) passes the automated and manual tests (except that is has no SVG context menu, like Firefox, which may not really matter anyways).
This at least means that, using some less than ideal code, that it will be possible to do most everything in these 3 browsers engines ... although the correct behavior is still unclear/undetermined from the perspective of the specs.

Subject: Re: Should the base svg element support CSS or trigger events? (test suite)
Date: Wed, 8 Sep 2010 20:26:37 -0700

On Sep 8, 2010, at 6:58 pm, Kevin Ar18 wrote:

I am trying out the pointer-event="none" concept.  I modified the test suite and attached it to this email.  See the zip file.  I tested Firefox, Opera, and Webkit.  Maybe someone else can help me test IE9 or any other engines out there?
BTW, here's how I did it code-wise:
<svg pointer-events="none"><g pointer-events="visible">
... normal svg content...
It does make for "dirtier" code, but that's what would be required if using pointer-events="none"

Firefox: Good enough to use now (near 100% pass)
Opera: Good enough to use now in some cases (inline SVG fails 100%).
Webkit: Fails 100%; unusable now.

WebKit (Safari 5.0.1 on Mac) passes the attached basic_test.html, and gets all green on browser_tests.xhtml in the zip file (I did not go through the rest of the tests).

What version are you testing?


Received on Thursday, 9 September 2010 16:44:35 UTC