poppyrich - 12:07 am on Mar 19, 2009 (gmt 0) Also noticed that the new Chrome supports TTF/OTF font embedding using the CSS @font-face rule.
Chrome 2 working nicely. I like the DOM viewer, too.
Noticed also that they've dropped Text Zoom in favor of Page Zoom exclusively - unlike Safari 4 (also based on the WebKit engine).
Recently I had a "first time ever" experience in web design:
A page I had - standards based - rendered exactly the same in IE8, Chrome, Opera, and Safari - but FireFox issued a minority report and rendered differently. First time for me that FireFox was the odd man out.
Google seems to be committing serious resources to Chrome and that's good for everybody.
What's happening now is that FF, IE, Opera, Chrome, and Safari are all feeding off each other and that's a good trend.
Consciously or not, a consensus has formed.
(I also get the feeling that the developers behind Chrome have looked closely at feedback and bug reports submitted to Mozilla and Microsoft.)
Also noticed that the new Chrome supports TTF/OTF font embedding using the CSS @font-face rule.