With TOT, the media slider doesn't move with the cursor when I mouse down and drag it over the controller. The media slider only updates it's position after I mouse up after I drag it.
This is a regression on TOT since this doesn't happen on stock SL 10A342. This regression was caused by http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/46915 since it doesn't happen with previous checkin 46914.
* STEPS TO REPRODUCE
1. Launch a nightly webkit build and go to http://www.mirageband.tv/Night%20and%20Day.mp3
2. Wait for entire file to load then pause it
3. Mouse down directly on the slider and drag the mouse to another section on the controller. Notice the slider doesn't move until you mouse up.
Created attachment 34647 [details]
The cause of the regression is that r46915 rejects non mouse actions and mouse actions not from left button. This logic caused trouble because it discards a lot of mouse move events during drag.
Comment on attachment 34647 [details]
Patch looks reasonable but you can make a testcase; in DumpRenderTree, there is an eventSender API that you can use to synthesize mouse events. I think it's important to add a testcase so that this doesn't regress again.
OK, I'll provide a test case with fix shortly.
Created attachment 34703 [details]
patch + test
Note that layout tests that use eventSender make assumptions about locations of buttons on the media controller that may not hold across platorms.
https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=28220 will fix the problem Simon mentioned, but for now you may need to land platform specific test results.
Comment on attachment 34703 [details]
patch + test
Clearing flags on attachment: 34703
Committing to http://svn.webkit.org/repository/webkit/trunk ...
r47171 = 5d54d4d1aa0dd34b843952ff291dcdbf59c39a24 (trunk)
No changes between current HEAD and refs/remotes/trunk
Resetting to the latest refs/remotes/trunk
All reviewed patches have been landed. Closing bug.
It turned out that expected.txt is different for windows so landed http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/47174 to split the results.