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These tests check whether user agents correctly apply the properties defined in the CSS-ruby spec. These are simple, user-oriented tests, designed to check basic functionality, rather than test all edge cases and implementation details.
Note that some tests pass because the browser displays the annotations in the same way by default, rather than necessarily because of the application of a CSS property. No special action is taken in these cases, since the result is the same for the user, however there are some exploratory tests below that enable you to see what the default rendering looks like.
The following information describes the default behaviour of the browser, in case you wish to compare it against what passes or fails in the other tests.
These test results based on CSS that has the following adaptations:
-webkit-ruby-positionis used with values set to either
writing-modes:tb-rlare used for tests with vertical text.
distributed-letterused in addition to
distributed-spaceused in addition to