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#ActualEndurion

Posted 29 March 2013 - 01:13 PM

will run on any HTML 5 compatible browser

 

No, it won't. For one, WebGL is not part of HTML 5. For two, HTML 5 is no standard as of yet. For three, IE10 supports HTML 5 quite good, but won't play it.

For four, some browser do support it, but have it disabled by default.

 

HTML has really gone down the gutter. I don't need no secondary OS in my real OS. Why have the power of 10 years ago today, when I had it ten years ago?

Also, how's audio done if HTML 5 support for it is a complete disaster?

 

It is interesting from a technical point of view though.


#1Endurion

Posted 29 March 2013 - 01:10 PM

will run on any HTML 5 compatible browser

 

No, it won't. For one, WebGL is not part of HTML 5. For two, HTML 5 is no standard as of yet. For three, IE10 supports HTML 5 quite good, but won't play it.

For four, some browser do support it, but have it disabled by default.


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