[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 42815] getBoundingClientRect Broken for SVG Elements

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Thu Sep 9 22:34:20 PDT 2010


Cosmin Truta <ctruta at chromium.org> changed:

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--- Comment #8 from Cosmin Truta <ctruta at chromium.org>  2010-09-09 22:34:20 PST ---
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Fix and layout test, take 3

Here is the old patch with new tests, as you suggested. The test include an unstretched and a stretched rectangle, as well as two overflown rectangles (a hidden one, and a scrolled one).

I did not know how to test zooming. When I added tests for getBoundingClientRect to an existing SVG zooming test, I was still getting the initial rectangle coordinates, before zooming. The getBoundingClientRect function does work correctly, for example, when I run that test in the browser, I zoom then I click the refresh button, the coordinates are scaled as expected. However, when zooming using testPageZoom.js, without hitting the refresh button or doing other sorts of UI interaction, the rectangle coordinates are not scaled. If you wish, I can show you the example that I'm using.

And there is another thing: getBoundingClientRect works well on various SVG elements that I tried, except <text>. (In comparison, getBBox does work on <text> under Chromium, and both getBBox and getBoundingClientRect work well on <text> under Firefox.) Would it be possible to have my patch accepted, and allow me to work on the remaining issue, separately, so that I keep the code chunks separate and reasonably small?

Best regards,

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