Opera passes two out of three Acid 3 tests in public build
Friday, March 28, 2008 3:40:33 PM
We've just released a public build of our testing and development build that shows Opera passing 100/100 in the DOM tests. It also has pixel perfect rendering. The final test which has to be passed is the performance test. This puts Safari and Opera neck and neck in the race to be the first browser to pass Acid 3. I'd like to congratulate the Core Opera team for all the work they've done to pass the first two tests so quickly, and the WebKit team for making this a fun race so far. Both engines getting this far means that we both support important CSS3 properties like HSLA color model and Web Fonts, and pushes support for SVG forward. I'm looking forward to when Gecko and the new IE engine get this far.