[GTK2/pango] unavailable fonts or fonts without needed glyphs influence letter spacing

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Graphics
10 years ago
10 years ago

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(Reporter: dbaron, Unassigned)

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10 years ago
The three reftests:
layout/reftests/bugs/399696-standards-css.html
layout/reftests/bugs/399696-standards-html.html
layout/reftests/bugs/399696-quirks-css.html

fail for me on Linux because the letter spacing is different between the test and the reference.  This means that unavailable fonts or fonts that lack the needed glyphs are somehow influencing the letter spacing, which shouldn't be the case.

I probably need to debug further to figure out what's going on (particularly if others don't see this -- I'm not sure if they will).

Comment 1

10 years ago
Note: reftests here are not checked in, they are attached to 399636.
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Comment 2

10 years ago
[2008-04-14 18:29:18] <karlt> oh that's probably kerning when the fast path fails
[2008-04-14 18:29:46] <karlt> the tests would prolly pass with text-rendering:optimizeLegibility
[2008-04-14 18:29:55] <karlt> (if that's the only problem)
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