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    ACID3 test released

    The Web Standards Project just released the final version of the ACID3 test:
    <uri:http://www.webstandards.org/press/releases/20080303/>

    Take your browser through the test:
    <uri:http://acid3.acidtests.org/>

    My results:
    ie7: 12 (or on Win2k3 Server with IEESC and no plugins, 6)
    saf3: 39
    op9.26 (8835): 46
    ff2: 50
    ff3b3: 59
    op9.50 (9816): 65
    wk (r30628): 87


    I won't keep the results updated here. Visit <uri:http://web-graphics.com/2008/03/03/the-acid3-test/> to see an updated result listing.
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    Which browser used by them to get 100/100 ? Also what is this wk (r30628) ?
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    wk is WebKit. r30628 is the build number of the nightly.


    There is no browser that gets 100/100 yet. That is the reference result however, i.e. how it would look in a browser that in fact did get everything in the test right. Note that this test does not have to have a pixel perfect rendering however, because differences in fonts rendering and text layout and such are allowed.
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    Haha, so the IE development team just celebrated themselves for getting the future IE 8 pass the acid 2 test and now a new one is out which probably takes another ten years to pass.

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    Well, now they have a development team at least - that's gotta speed it up compared to two guys doing only security fixes as in the ie6 times...
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    Or better to form an alternate to w3c and define their own standards...
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    FF2 got 49/100 for me :S

    about firefox info
    Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-GB; rv:1.8.1.12) Gecko/20080201 Firefox/2.0.0.12

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    My IE6 got a 12. I wish I could uninstall.

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    50 on FF 2.0.0.12
    12 on IE7 w/Vista
    58 on FF3b3
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    Has anyone tried IE8 on this yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inigoesdr View Post
    50 on FF 2.0.0.12
    12 on IE7 w/Vista
    http://www.jamiewest.org.uk/acid3.GIF
    seriously you sure you haven't got any add ons that could affect the scoring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rafiki View Post
    http://www.jamiewest.org.uk/acid3.GIF
    seriously you sure you haven't got any add ons that could affect the scoring?
    I just disabled all of my add-ons(and restarted firefox), and redid the test with the same result.

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    wierd maybe i should check for u pdates and re-run
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    I just ran Firefox in safemode and got a 50/100. Not sure why got the 49 rafiki.
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