Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 4th Feb 2007 20:36 UTC, submitted by diegocg
KDE "As one of our readers has pointed out to us, the latest (3.5.6) release of the KHTML rendering engine passes all of the tests in our CSS selector testsuite - making the Konqueror 3.5.6 browser the most CSS3-compatible of all. Also in the latest release is the implementation of text-overflow: ellipsis. It really is a shame that only a tiny proportion of web users have access to this excellent browser."
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RE: Hrm
by hal2k1 on Mon 5th Feb 2007 02:13 UTC in reply to "Hrm"
hal2k1
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2005-11-11

//Hope Opera picks this up for version 10, no need to be 2nd-string on standards here.//

Opera isn't 2nd-string, it is 3rd-string.

It sits behind Konqueror and Firefox (both Firefox 2 and Firefox 3).

IE6 appears to be the most behind, and IE7 is next-to-last.

Edited 2007-02-05 02:14

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RE[2]: Hrm
by CowMan on Mon 5th Feb 2007 11:05 in reply to "RE: Hrm"
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2006-09-26

You, sir, have ruined me. CSS3 no longer exists in my world, I'm sticking with the ACID2 test.

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RE[2]: Hrm
by vegai on Mon 5th Feb 2007 11:28 in reply to "RE: Hrm"
vegai Member since:
2005-12-25

No, Opera is actually more standard-compliant than Firefox, at least version 2. Perhaps they can fix it somewhat in the next version.

Third string is actually a little miracle test browser called hv3: http://tkhtml.tcl.tk/hv3.html. Firefox is 4th!

And IE... hehehhehhehehhehehhehehhhehhehehhehe.

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