Tracking bug for new features from the CSS3 Fonts spec: http://dev.w3.org/csswg/css3-fonts/
Is there a bug for the font-variant shorthand? The test still fails on css3test.com though all longhand features seem to be implemented.
(In reply to Florian Bender from comment #1) > Is there a bug for the font-variant shorthand? The test still fails on > css3test.com though all longhand features seem to be implemented. There isn't a bug currently. Hooking up the shorthand to the font-variant-xxx subproperties needs to wait until the spec is in PR I think. At a minimum the fallback behavior for small-caps needs to be implemented so that existing use of font-variant: small-caps does not rely on the existence of small-cap variants. Put in other words, all browsers currently "fallback" when 'small-caps' is specified. The 'font-variant-caps' property currently only enables the OpenType small-caps feature, it doesn't implement the fallback to synthetic small-caps for fonts that lack small caps alternates. Bug 747849 is the beginning of this work.
Summary: implement CSS3 Fonts features → implement CSS Fonts Level 3
Alias: css3-fonts → css-fonts-3
Summary: implement CSS Fonts Level 3 → [META] Implement CSS Fonts Module Level 3
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