@@ -1,18 +1,13 @@
This tests that slider controls get mousedown, mousemove, input, and mouseup events and properly set its value.
@@ -4,4 +4,6 @@
It works for me, the output here on WTR is:
This tests that slider controls get the onchange event and that it is sent after the DOMInput event.
This match the expected file, i.e. the test pass on run-webkit-tests.
Would you test it again?
Ah, btw I tested it under r126874
All two test passes on x86-64 Linux Qt Release WebKit2 with r127108.
(In reply to comment #3)
> All two test passes on x86-64 Linux Qt Release WebKit2 with r127108.
In this case we should unskip them. ;)
Unskip landed in r127133. Thanks for the testing.
Reopen, because they still fail ... It's strange ... I skipped them again.
They pass if we run only these tests, but fail if we run all tests.
One more DRT/WTR sideeffect bug. :-/ Otherwise I noticed now, these tests
are flakey on WK1, but they pass after retry.
fast/forms/range/slider-onchange-event.html now passing on wk2
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