Since it was added in r224871.
Looks like some labels are missing.
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@
ARIA attributes should not be reflected into AOM properties.
PASS axButton.role is 'AXRole: AXCheckBox'
-PASS axButton.description is 'AXDescription: label'
+FAIL axButton.description should be AXDescription: label. Was AXDescription: .
PASS button.accessibleNode.role is null
PASS button.accessibleNode.label is null
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@
PASS button.accessibleNode.role is 'slider'
PASS button.accessibleNode.label is 'AOM Label'
PASS axButton.role is 'AXRole: AXSlider'
-PASS axButton.description is 'AXDescription: AOM Label'
+FAIL axButton.description should be AXDescription: AOM Label. Was AXDescription: .
Setting some of the AOM properties should be able to make an element accessible.
PASS axParagraph == null || axParagraph == undefined is true
Joanie can we enable AOM for GTK?
I think AOM is enabled in the tests, since the role is working correctly. I think on GTK it's not using axobject.description as the label.
Created attachment 327002 [details]
Comment on attachment 327002 [details]
Clearing flags on attachment: 327002
Committed r224893: <https://trac.webkit.org/changeset/224893>
All reviewed patches have been landed. Closing bug.
Nan I see you found the cross-platform-friend utilities. Thanks for updating your tests so quickly!! :)