Summarized test results:
Bidi algorithm

Intended audience: users, HTML coders, script developers, CSS coders, Web project managers, and anyone who wants to know whether browsers support the CSS Ruby spec.

These tests check whether user agents apply the basic Unicode Bidirectional Algorithm (UBA) to text. In particular they test isolation when using RLI, LRI, or FSI, ... PDI, and bracket balancing.

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Isolating formatting characters

Notes

  1. Edge not only fails all these tests, but it also displays the formatting characters as small rectangles.

Isolation from following number

Isolation from preceding number

Isolation from following text

Isolation from preceding text

Isolation from surrounding text

Balancing brackets

Paired characters

Unpaired characters

Dependencies

  1. This test is only relevant if the tests in the previous section pass. It checks whether the paired characters become unbalanced when you change one of the pair. The expected result is the default result for unbalanced brackets, so browsers that failed the previous tests are likely to pass this.