author moz-wptsync-bot <>
Thu, 02 Feb 2023 17:56:40 +0000
changeset 651741 193873a769705e43125bf048e01f18ac964d91b4
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Bug 1814704 - [wpt-sync] Update web-platform-tests to cfdf7a3b7129de7f29c9ff9e9d63a4cfb56696fd, a=testonly MANUAL PUSH: wpt sync bot wpt-head: cfdf7a3b7129de7f29c9ff9e9d63a4cfb56696fd wpt-type: landing

  <meta charset="utf-8">
  <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width; initial-scale=1.0">
  <title>Test for Bug 1663731</title>
  <script type="application/javascript" src="apz_test_native_event_utils.js"></script>
  <script type="application/javascript" src="apz_test_utils.js"></script>
  <script src="/tests/SimpleTest/paint_listener.js"></script>
  <script src="/tests/SimpleTest/EventUtils.js"></script>
  <script type="application/javascript">

async function test() {
  var body = document.body;

  var cancelledTouchMove = false;

  // Event listeners just for logging/debugging purposes
  body.addEventListener("pointerdown", function(e) {
    dump(`Got pointerdown, pointer id ${e.pointerId}\n`);
  body.addEventListener("touchstart", function(e) {
    dump(`Got touchstart with ${e.touches.length} touches\n`);
  }, {passive: true});

  // Event listeners relevant to the test. We want to make sure that even
  // though APZ can zoom the page, it does NOT dispatch pointercancel events in
  // the scenario where the page calls preventDefault() on the first touchmove
  // with two touch points. In other words, if the page chooses to disable
  // browser pinch-zooming by preventDefault()'ing the first touchmove for
  // the second touch point, then the browser should not dispatch pointercancel
  // at all, but keep sending the pointerevents to the content. This is
  // similar to what the browser does when zooming is disallowed by
  // touch-action:none, for example.
  body.addEventListener("pointercancel", function(e) {
    dump(`Got pointercancel, pointer id ${e.pointerId}\n`);
    ok(false, "Should not get any pointercancel events");
  body.addEventListener("touchmove", function(e) {
    dump(`Got touchmove with ${e.touches.length} touches\n`);
    if (e.touches.length > 1) {
      cancelledTouchMove = true;
  }, {passive: false});

  let touchEndPromise = new Promise(resolve => {
    // This listener is just to catch the end of the touch sequence so we can
    // end the test at the right time.
    body.addEventListener("touchend", function(e) {
      dump(`Got touchend with ${e.touches.length} touches\n`);
      if (!e.touches.length) {

  // We can't await this call, because this pinch action doesn't generate a
  // APZ:TransformEnd. Instead we await the touchend.
  await touchEndPromise;

  ok(cancelledTouchMove, "Checking that we definitely cancelled the touchmove");

.then(subtestDone, subtestFailed);

    body {
        height: 5000px;
  A two-finger pinch action here should send pointer events to content and not do browser zooming.