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Interesting little app just stumbled upon:

http://www.css3.info/selectors-test/

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you didn't need to post it 3

you didn't need to post it 3 times... Wink

looks interesting.

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Well if the forum wasn't

Well if the forum wasn't making me apoplectic with rage I perhaps wouldn't have kept stabbing the return key Smile v.naughty of me

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Firefox 2.0.0.4

Firefox 2.0.0.4

From the 43 selectors 26 have passed, 10 are buggy and 7 are unsupported (Passed 357 out of 578 tests)

Gran Paradiso (3.0 alpha 2)

From the 43 selectors 32 have passed, 4 are buggy and 7 are unsupported (Passed 369 out of 578 tests)

Minefield (3.0 alpha 5 nightly build as of 2007/06/01)

From the 43 selectors 32 have passed, 4 are buggy and 7 are unsupported (Passed 369 out of 578 tests)

Minefield (3.0 alpha 6 nightly build as of 2007/06/20)

From the 43 selectors 32 have passed, 4 are buggy and 7 are unsupported (Passed 369 out of 578 tests)

IE7

From the 43 selectors 13 have passed, 4 are buggy and 26 are unsupported (Passed 330 out of 578 tests)

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Since Firefox is well

Since Firefox is well tested,

Opera 9.21
From the 43 selectors 25 have passed, 3 are buggy and 15 are unsupported (Passed 346 out of 578 tests)

Konqueror 3.5.5
From the 43 selectors 37 have passed, 6 are buggy and 0
are unsupported (Passed 570 out of 578 tests)

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Wahey, go Konqueror!

Wahey, go Konqueror!

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I may try Safari on Windows tomorrow, see how it fares Laughing out loud

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Safari/OSX From the 43

Safari/OSX From the 43 selectors 21 have passed, 7 are buggy and 15 are unsupported (Passed 336 out of 578 tests)

Camino From the 43 selectors 26 have passed, 10 are buggy and 7 are unsupported (Passed 357 out of 578 tests)

Sunrise (Safari engine) From the 43 selectors 21 have passed, 7 are buggy and 15 are unsupported (Passed 336 out of 578 tests)

Shiira (Safari engine) From the 43 selectors 21 have passed, 7 are buggy and 15 are unsupported (Passed 336 out of 578 tests)

FF1.5.x From the 43 selectors 26 have passed, 10 are buggy and 7 are unsupported (Passed 357 out of 578 tests)

IE6 From the 43 selectors 10 have passed, 1 are buggy and 32 are unsupported (Passed 276 out of 578 tests)

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What's with Safari doing so

What's with Safari doing so poorly compared to Konqueror? I was under the impression that Apple was keeping Safari's KHTML engine revved up, and delaying returning patches to the community. Do I hear wrong?

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I did see something about

I did see something about this a while back.

As I recall, the underlying engine is open source and under constant development. Apple may be slow in returning any patches to upstream, but its also not constantly updating Safari to the latest KHTML patch level.

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Release early, release often too much for Apple?

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… but its also not constantly updating Safari to the latest KHTML patch level.
That's the key, then. I had thought Apple was staying current with KHTML plus adding their own stuff.

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Have you tried the new comers?

thepineapplehead wrote:

Wahey, go Konqueror!

I may try Safari on Windows tomorrow, see how it fares Laughing out loud

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google chrome -

google chrome -

From the 43 selectors 43 have passed, 0 are buggy and 0 are unsupported (Passed 578 out of 578 tests)

Opera 9.52 -

From the 43 selectors 43 have passed, 0 are buggy and 0 are unsupported (Passed 578 out of 578 tests)

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