Acid 3 - The Web Browsers Test


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Hurmoth

Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv:1.9b5pre) Gecko/2008030607 Minefield/3.0b5pre

68/100

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Bryan000

in the latest hourly build of Fx3 beta 5 it scores a 68. Slowly working its way up there!!

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ACTIONpack

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Getting a 86 out of 100 is pretty good but the real story is your tabs. Would like to see whats under your tabs. :blush:

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Tokar

So basically what we are looking at is:

Safari (Mac) - 85ish

Firefox3 - 70ish

Safari (Win) - 60ish

Firefox2 - 55ish

IE7 - 15ish

IE6 - 10ish

How does IE8 perform?

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Bryan000

webkit nightly builds get 90/100. looks like safari 3.1 final could be the first browser to ship with full acid3 compliance. just a hunch.

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Bryan000

latest hourly of firefox 3 gets a 69 (steadily increasing... ) very good progress

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The_Decryptor

To pass Acid3 you need SMIL support, WebKit does have support for that, but it was turned off because it was buggy.

If they can get it working and stable for the 3.1 release, then great, but I'd rather Safari fail the test than have a buggy implementation in a shipping release.

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So basically what we are looking at is:

Safari (Mac) - 85ish

Firefox3 - 70ish

Safari (Win) - 60ish

Firefox2 - 55ish

IE7 - 15ish

IE6 - 10ish

How does IE8 perform?

17/100

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iwod

Looks like they need to start making another test to try and make webkit dev work :D

I hope IE8 get anywhere between 50 - 60 when its release.....

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theyarecomingforyou
I hope IE8 get anywhere between 50 - 60 when its release.....

I hope it gets with the times and goes for 100% on release. We're talking about Microsoft, a company with huge resources and with the dominant market position - they need to lead the web development, not hold it back. It's all very well having Opera, Firefox and Safari all passing Acid3 but if IE doesn't then it's of little use.

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Danrarbc
So basically what we are looking at is:

Safari (Mac) - 85ish

Firefox3 - 70ish

Safari (Win) - 60ish

Firefox2 - 55ish

IE7 - 15ish

IE6 - 10ish

How does IE8 perform?

Safari (Win) gets the same score if you test the same versions.

What you should be saying is Safari 3.0.5 is 60ish, and the nightlies (pre3.1) are up to 85-90.

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APH-Alex

Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv:1.9b5pre) Gecko/2008030806 Minefield/3.0b5pre

69/100

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Mathachew

Safari (Vista Ultimate x64) - 39

Version 3.0.4 (523.15), downloaded it a few minutes ago and surprisingly... it ran (unlike the first five times I tried it)

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Marcel T

Here's a couple from MobileSafari

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The higher score (39/100) took a while but it eventually got there. This is MobileSafari on an iPod but I assume it's the same as the iPhone version. Wonder what sort of nightly options are out there for Mobile err, WebKit.

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MGS4-SS

The web browser on the iPhone outscored the web browser of the dominant company in the software business.

IE = PHAIL

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The_Decryptor
Here's a couple from MobileSafari

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The higher score (39/100) took a while but it eventually got there. This is MobileSafari on an iPod but I assume it's the same as the iPhone version. Wonder what sort of nightly options are out there for Mobile err, WebKit.

When the 2.0 firmware starts getting installed somebody should do the test again, it's synced back with the desktop version.

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Crazysah

Safari for Windows with latest nightlies installed scores an impressive 90/100!

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LOC
Safari for Windows with latest nightlies installed scores an impressive 90/100!

I have the 3.1 (525.6) build right now, which build do you have, and can I get a link to it? I've heard that newer builds have problems with cookies though, :|

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tiagosilva29
When the 2.0 firmware starts getting installed somebody should do the test again, it's synced back with the desktop version.

Awesome. :punk:

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The_Decryptor
I have the 3.1 (525.6) build right now, which build do you have, and can I get a link to it? I've heard that newer builds have problems with cookies though, :|

http://nightly.webkit.org/

WebKit's a separate component, so as long as a API's the same, you can swap out different versions.

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Crazysah
I have the 3.1 (525.6) build right now, which build do you have, and can I get a link to it? I've heard that newer builds have problems with cookies though, :|

EDIT1: I will update you with what version I have.

EDIT2: Getting 90 with Version 3.0.4 (523.15)

Seems it is an older version than yours. How do you get version 3.1?

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LOC
http://nightly.webkit.org/

WebKit's a separate component, so as long as a API's the same, you can swap out different versions.

So how does one update a nightly build of Safari Win32 with the WebKit, just throw everything into the Safari folder or?

EDIT: I will update you with what version I have.

Alright :)

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Crazysah
So how does one update a nightly build of Safari Win32 with the WebKit, just throw everything into the Safari folder or?

What you do is unzip the webkit nightly and then open the run-nightly-webkit application. It will update automatically then!

Anyways... I updated you with my version and I am getting 90/100!

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