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August 31, 2010, 02:39

I think this webkit only attitude stinks.

It's fine you didn't bother to test or support other browsers like Firefox (which is the dominate browser at the moment).

But lose the attitude. I've seen JS1k entries that did chess with a full AI that worked in both browsers, there's no reason a little messaging will complicate this.

Also the webkit way, is not always the HTML5 standard way either. At least I don't see any -webkit- and -mozilla- CSS tags.

What I want to know is why doesn't this work in Firefox?

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August 31, 2010, 03:11

@Seth, good coders code, great reuse

August 31, 2010, 04:26

It used to work with Firefox and Chrome but then at one point it stopped working on Firefox and we did not notice at which point exactly. We were in time pressure when we discovered that it doesn't work in FF and we never tracked it down. So I don't really know.

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