[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 200216] [iPadOS] slides.google.com: tapping near cursor in a slide title focuses the speaker notes

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Thu Aug 1 13:55:02 PDT 2019


Daniel Bates <dbates at webkit.org> changed:

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--- Comment #3 from Daniel Bates <dbates at webkit.org> ---
slides.google.com has seems to always have an <iframe> as their active element whose content document's <body> has inputMode = "none" even when you tap once. When you tap twice, slides remove's the inputMode HTML attribute entirely => unspecified input mode => default behavior and we show the keyboard.

As to why the site works when you have a hardware keyboard attached...because we do not respect inputMode when you have one attached ��.

Haven't tried what happens on a Chromebook or Surface, but in absence of doing so, I'm leaning towards this bug being a site issue. Might be able to add a site quirk though for slides.google.com. Here's what we know towards a quirk:

1. The user explicitly tapped on something
2. The tapped thing causes a focusing/re-focusing of a content editable element (their active element <iframe>'s content document's <body> is content editable)
3. Slides does not appear to have custom keyboard UI.

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