[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 15836] WebKit fails some WICD 1.0 core test cases

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Wed Jun 29 15:44:41 PDT 2022


Ahmad Saleem <zlip.792 at gmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #6 from Ahmad Saleem <zlip.792 at gmail.com> ---
Tested on Safari 15.5 on macOS 12.4, Chrome Canary 104 and Firefox Nightly 104.

WICD Full Suite Test Case:

Only this test case - Safari 15.5 does not show expected result of italic "WWW" and "World Wide Web" but Safari 15.5 matches all other browsers, which also don't show italic (Chrome Canary 105 and Firefox Nightly 104).

Link - https://www.w3.org/2004/CDF/TestSuite/WICD_CDR_WP1/test-ruby-11.xhtml


WICD Implementation Matrix - Failing Safari / Webkit tests:

In this particular below test case, the color does not change to "Fuchsia" and it is same across all browsers as well:


In below text case - Safari and Chrome are matching each other but Firefox is showing the background image in centre (not stretched to end to end):


Below test case is broken in Safari in two ways: 1) Text color is black while Firefox renders it as Blue (Chrome matches Safari here) 2) Upon clicking link and then doing back, it does not render background and links (all other browsers do it fine):


In this test case, when clicking circle, there is no audio in Safari and it matches with all other browsers:

In this below test - Safari does not show “media player” and other browsers does:


In below tests, Safari respects embedded font but Firefox and Chrome does not:


Following test hangs Safari and has performance issues and it does complete but after hanging a browser:


Below test fails in Safari 15.5 and Chrome Canary 105 but succeed in Firefox:


Safari does not show media player for MP3 embedded (Chrome also show - plugin not supported for AVI file):

Safari fails on DPI tests here:

Safari fails and does not have lime color background:


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