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Home page shows the project title as "dorkq" on some Android devices #81

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drfloob opened this Issue Oct 27, 2013 · 34 comments

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drfloob commented Oct 27, 2013

See here:
http://www.browserstack.com/screenshots/2308d26f99f0b5915b53829c4ae5f9567b2d84be

I haven't tried to figure out why. @practicum noticed that the letters are all 3 off and lowercase. G-3=d, R-3=o ...

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@drfloob Thanks for the report and a screenshot, we will try to figure out why this happening.

Test example:

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vladikoff commented Oct 27, 2013

@drfloob Thanks for the report and a screenshot, we will try to figure out why this happening.

Test example:

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We could just rename grunt to dorkq to fix this problem, no?

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shama commented Oct 27, 2013

We could just rename grunt to dorkq to fix this problem, no?

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@shama, no we need to rename to juxqw

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vladikoff commented Oct 27, 2013

@shama, no we need to rename to juxqw

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@vladikoff aww, never mind then. I dont want to type that.

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shama commented Oct 27, 2013

@vladikoff aww, never mind then. I dont want to type that.

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The issue is

-webkit-text-stroke: 4px;

fixing...

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vladikoff commented Oct 27, 2013

The issue is

-webkit-text-stroke: 4px;

fixing...

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Fixed. Motorola Droid 4 users are safe from the evil dorkq!
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vladikoff commented Oct 27, 2013

Fixed. Motorola Droid 4 users are safe from the evil dorkq!
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zackbloom Oct 28, 2013

After looking at 858d22a, it looks like the problem was actually the font (makes more sense than it being text-stroke)?

After looking at 858d22a, it looks like the problem was actually the font (makes more sense than it being text-stroke)?

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ghepting Oct 28, 2013

That is awesome, lol...

That is awesome, lol...

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@zackbloom I think I had to choose to either keep text-stroke or keep the h1

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vladikoff commented Oct 28, 2013

@zackbloom I think I had to choose to either keep text-stroke or keep the h1

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moeffju Oct 28, 2013

@vladikoff You wouldn’t happen to have a reduced testcase or a minimal changeset? :)

moeffju commented Oct 28, 2013

@vladikoff You wouldn’t happen to have a reduced testcase or a minimal changeset? :)

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Yea, I'd love an explanation on what the actual bug was.

Yea, I'd love an explanation on what the actual bug was.

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It's some combination of text-stroke being inside of an h1. So you have to choose either have an h1 or text-stroke. I tried making an isolated test case but can't reproduce, I don't have any of the devices that had this problem.

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It's some combination of text-stroke being inside of an h1. So you have to choose either have an h1 or text-stroke. I tried making an isolated test case but can't reproduce, I don't have any of the devices that had this problem.

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added-pony

(Really, just wanted to comment on epic issue)

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(Really, just wanted to comment on epic issue)

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RobLoach Oct 29, 2013

There is no Dana, only dorkq.

There is no Dana, only dorkq.

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I am sad that dorkq is taken on Twitter :(

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There is no Dana, only dorkq.


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I am sad that dorkq is taken on Twitter :(

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There is no Dana, only dorkq.


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Boldewyn Oct 29, 2013

Is that a font issue? The string "dorkq" is not random:

d - e - f - g
o - p - q - r
r - s - t - u
k - l - m - n
q - r - s - t

Is that a font issue? The string "dorkq" is not random:

d - e - f - g
o - p - q - r
r - s - t - u
k - l - m - n
q - r - s - t
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kahlil commented Oct 29, 2013

@Boldewyn nice find!

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yahuarkuntur Oct 29, 2013

And if we sum it up with random numbers... the result is 42!

And if we sum it up with random numbers... the result is 42!

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cheeaun Oct 29, 2013

For anyone interested, I've made a reduced test case here http://jsbin.com/aMuzAn/7

Browserstack screenshots: http://www.browserstack.com/screenshots/42f41255e13b5dce1cbdcae58097900eedf9c2ee

cheeaun commented Oct 29, 2013

For anyone interested, I've made a reduced test case here http://jsbin.com/aMuzAn/7

Browserstack screenshots: http://www.browserstack.com/screenshots/42f41255e13b5dce1cbdcae58097900eedf9c2ee

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@Boldewyn @kahlil That correlation was mentioned in the original report. More likely I think they are off by 29: GHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[]^_`abcd.

Can bug reports on GitHub be "archived" or "frozen" for posterity purposes? I think this one seems mature and—somewhat hypocritically—I don't believe it needs more outside input to achieve its maximal historical interest and hilarity.

@Boldewyn @kahlil That correlation was mentioned in the original report. More likely I think they are off by 29: GHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[]^_`abcd.

Can bug reports on GitHub be "archived" or "frozen" for posterity purposes? I think this one seems mature and—somewhat hypocritically—I don't believe it needs more outside input to achieve its maximal historical interest and hilarity.

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Well, someone had to do this https://npmjs.org/package/dorkq

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@andrewsf D’oh! Thanks for the reminder, that one should read bug reports thoroughly!

For the "freezing": I’d love to see one last follow-up comment of the glorious person, that files the upstream bug with the Android browser, sharing the bug URL.

@andrewsf D’oh! Thanks for the reminder, that one should read bug reports thoroughly!

For the "freezing": I’d love to see one last follow-up comment of the glorious person, that files the upstream bug with the Android browser, sharing the bug URL.

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This is crazy

This is crazy

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LOL I just saw this

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cowboy commented Nov 2, 2013

LOL I just saw this

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jpdevries Nov 3, 2013

Please make a tshirt parody of this bug. It would sell like crazy

Please make a tshirt parody of this bug. It would sell like crazy

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I second the T-shirt idea

I second the T-shirt idea

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Just saw this, but I will buy a dorkq shirt for sure.

Just saw this, but I will buy a dorkq shirt for sure.

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👍 For the tshirt

jmaxxz commented Feb 3, 2014

👍 For the tshirt

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I'd seriously still like to know what happened here, because I know my OpenType, and unless the font somehow has GSUB rules specific to running a Caesar cypher, that is not a thing that will spontaneously happen.

Pomax commented Jan 26, 2016

I'd seriously still like to know what happened here, because I know my OpenType, and unless the font somehow has GSUB rules specific to running a Caesar cypher, that is not a thing that will spontaneously happen.

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There was a bug in Java where fonts were cached in way that used Glyph IDs, so when a font was updated and the GID order changed, you'd see a caesar cypher effect. Its possible there is such a bug in Android.

There was a bug in Java where fonts were cached in way that used Glyph IDs, so when a font was updated and the GID order changed, you'd see a caesar cypher effect. Its possible there is such a bug in Android.

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Pomax Jan 27, 2016

That's quite the bug. Would you happen to know the bug link for that on the java side?

Pomax commented Jan 27, 2016

That's quite the bug. Would you happen to know the bug link for that on the java side?

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ashrocket Jan 27, 2016

Tee spring is a YC company that does exactly this. https://teespring.com

Tee spring is a YC company that does exactly this. https://teespring.com

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