These tests check whether and how a user agent displays list numbering when the value of the CSS list-style-type property is set to armenian, lower-armenian and upper-armenian.
No information is given in CSS 2.1 about expectations for rendering for armenian other than this should be "traditional Armenian numbering". lower-armenian and upper-armenian values are not specified in CSS 2.1.
The CSS3 Lists module, on the other hand, provides a detailed algorithm for armenian, lower-armenian and upper-armenian. There is a need to confirm that some details of the CSS3 algorithm are correct.
See the results below for user agents tested. This section summarizes the results of those tests.
All user agents tested support list-style-type: armenian as far as 9,999, except IE7. However, Firefox and Opera use Ւ not ՈՒ for 7,000, and all but IE8 default to uppercase rather than the specified lowercase. IE8 is the only user agent completely compliant with the CSS3 Lists module.
Only Safari, Chrome and IE8 support numbers above 9,999 (although this is a high number for a list, so the impact of that is probably less than for lower numbers).
No user agent tested supports list-style-type set to lower-armenian or upper-armenian.
These are results for the latest versions of each user agent tested. A green background (yes) means the user agent displayed the text as currently described in CSS3; orange background (partially) means that the user agent rendered the list as described in CSS3 with some exception; red (no) means that the user agent did not use Armenian numbering at all.
Tests 2 and 3 are about the format of the numbers, and two tests are provided simply to make it easy to compare results whether upper or lower case was used. Therefore for each user agent one of these tests will have the result 'not applicable'.
|version||7||3.0.5||10.00 alpha||3.2.1||188.8.131.52||8 CR1|
|1 Default letter case||no1||partially2||partially2||partially2||partially2||yes|
|2 Armenian in lowercase up to 9,999||no1||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||yes|
|3 Armenian in lowercase above 9,999||no1||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||yes|
|4 Armenian in uppercase up to 9,999||n/a||partially3||partially3||yes||yes||n/a|
|5 Armenian in uppercase above 9,999||n/a||no1||no5||yes||yes6||n/a|
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Content first published 2007-07-31. Last substantive update 2009-01-29 9:19 GMT. This version 2009-01-29 9:19 GMT
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