Talk:Torture

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Am not sure if we want to consider a browser as either + or - on a test.

For example, in the SMIL examples cited, here is why I gave "partial credit:"

http://srufaculty.sru.edu/david.dailey/svg/ovaling.svg

  • IE/ASV 100%
  • Opera - 100%
  • Chrome & Safari - 66% -- one of the ellipses (likely the original) animates incorrectly -- the rest all work fine.
  • Firefox - 40% -- Firefox draws the images properly, but fails to run any animation.

http://srufaculty.sru.edu/david.dailey/svg/newstuff/clipPath4.svg

  • IE/ASV 100%
  • Opera 10 - 95% (Opera 9.5 was only at about 78% -- by improperly handling composite clippaths) -- I believe the onclick to start the animation is mishandled (though it may be that IE has it wrong).
  • Chrome & Safari - 10% (composite clippaths are mangled and the animation is utterly funky)
  • Firefox - 40% -- Firefox draws the images properly, but fails to run any animation.

The advantage of + or - as scores is that there is no room for wiggle.

As another example (masking) see http://srufaculty.sru.edu/david.dailey/svg/newstuff/mask6.svg

Here, Opera and IE/ASV agree, but Firefox gives a very different appearance. Is this a bug in Firefox or in the spec?