Wednesday, April 13th 2005
The Acid2 test is already having impact on some of the main browsers. David Hyatt, who is one of the developers behind Mac’s Safari, has just blogged that he has already fixed two bugs which cause Safari to not display the test correctly. More bugfixes are on the way, too. The Mozilla browsers have also joined the party – an Acid2 bug has been created in their bugtracking system, which is meant to make up a list of all the rendering bugs which make Firefox et al fail the test.
Let’s just hope these guys also decide to come and join the fun.