Build: Apprunner Version: 1999120308 Platform: Mac 8.6 Other Platforms: Works on Win 98 and Linux Redhat 6.0 Expected Results:The FACE attribute should be case-insensitive. As long as the font name is spelled correctly and is present, the text should rendered in the assigned font face. What I got: The font face is only applied if the first character is in "caps" Like Face="Chicago" not Face="chicago". Steps to reproduce: 1) Open the following url in Apprunner: http://slip/projects/marvin/simple/ font_face_problem.html 2) Both of these sentences are using the FACE attribute assigned "helvetica" 3) The first sentence uses the lowercase "h" and the second sentence uses the uppercase "H". 4) The first sentence is not rendered in helvetica.
I forgot to mention this test case works fine on Mac Comm 4.7, so it appears to be a problem with Mac Apprunner.
Pierre, perhaps you can take a quick look, since font resolution is a style issue.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Fixed in nsDeviceContextMac.cpp
Fixed in the Dec 8th Mac build (1999120808).
SPAM. HTML Element component deprecated, changing component to Layout. See bug 88132 for details.
Component: HTML Element → Layout
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