WebKit gets 100 on Acid3

  ·   The last few days have been neck-and-neck, but finally the latest nightly build of WebKit gets 100/100 on the Acid3 test, just beating out Opera. While Opera had a screenshot of an internal build getting 100 yesterday, WebKit’s is the first publicly available build that gets 100.

Not that it matters who “wins”, but it is some fun, healthy competition for web standards compliance. No really, it is!

Although I do find it funny that a bug that Maciej found in my test means Opera shouldn’t really have scored 100. But anyway, congratulations to Opera and WebKit for getting full marks!


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  1. Bruce Rindahl
    4 April 2008, 3:39am

    Cameron
    I am curious how Safari passed test 79 in Acid3 when it doesn’t seem to have any support for kerning. If you open:
    http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/Test/20061213/htmlObjectHarness/full-fonts-kern-01-t.html
    in a nightly of Safari (which gets a 100/100 on Acid3) none of the test are correct.
    Thanks!
    Bruce

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