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14 function editingTest() {
15     typeCharacterCommand('t');
16     typeCharacterCommand('h');
17     typeCharacterCommand('i');
18     typeCharacterCommand('s');
19     typeCharacterCommand(' ');
20     typeCharacterCommand('w');
21     typeCharacterCommand('o');
22     typeCharacterCommand('u');
23     typeCharacterCommand('l');
24     typeCharacterCommand('d');
25     typeCharacterCommand('n');
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30 <title>Autocorrection with Contraction Test</title>
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33 <div><p>This test verifies that, after typing an apostrophe, if the current word is part of a contraction, previously shown autocorrection will not be applied.</p>
34 <p>After loading the page, you should see correction panel shows "would" for "wouldn". Then after typing "'t", the correction panel dissappears and the final sentence is "this wouldn't".</p>
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