Document containing a link; when the user hovers over the link the browser window is moved. The text before the link warns the user for the change of viewport. Change of viewport when a link is hovered over (onmouseover) - with warning johannes.koch@fit.fraunhofer.de en Copyright BenToWeb 2004-2007 2007-01-12 validated

The test is intended to pass because the change of viewport was expected.

The browser must be JavaScript-enabled. The browser window must not be maximized or full-screen. In Opera use overlapping windows (Shift+F5).

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The user initiated the change of context, and expected it to be connected to the user's action.

The actual behaviour depends on the user agent. On Windows XP, the following behaviour was observed. In Firefox 2.0 and SeaMonkey 1.1: if the window was maximized, it is resized before it is moved, otherwise it is just moved. In Internet Explorer 6.0, the window is moved, regardless whether it was maximized or not. In Opera 9.0: the window is only resized if the view has been changed to "overlapping windows" (Shift+F5. If Internet Explorer 6.0, Opera 9.0, Firefox 2.0 and SeaMonkey 1.1 are in full-screen mode (which can be toggled with F11), the window does not move either.

This test case does not map to a WCAG 2.0 technique or failure.

The user initiated the change of context, and expected it to be connected to the user's action.

The actual behaviour depends on the user agent. On Windows XP, the following behaviour was observed. In Firefox 2.0 and SeaMonkey 1.1: if the window was maximized, it is resized before it is moved, otherwise it is just moved. In Internet Explorer 6.0, the window is moved, regardless whether it was maximized or not. In Opera 9.0: the window is only resized if the view has been changed to "overlapping windows" (Shift+F5. If Internet Explorer 6.0, Opera 9.0, Firefox 2.0 and SeaMonkey 1.1 are in full-screen mode (which can be toggled with F11), the window does not move either.

Online version: sc3.2.5_l3_049.

The user initiated the change of context.

The user hovered over the link, which initiated a change of viewport.