The page seen in the video is this page:macuser wrote:I run the absolute bleeding edge of all browsers on one of my machines and NO the back-face culling bug is not fixed (I have a webpage I wrote that makes use of it)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0X0_LGW54-A This page seen in the video still does this on chrome but not webkit nightly.
http://www.webkit.org/blog-files/3d-tra ... cubes.html
Which, by the way, neither you nor that YouTube page links to.
It works fine in Chrome 13.0.782.13 dev, which is what I'm using. Here's a screenshot as proof: http://d.pr/pJZB
My guess is that you're either using an old version of Chrome, or you forgot to uncheck "Backfaces visible"
Yeah, that's talking about a different API layer to WebKit. The rendering engine part is still the same.macuser wrote:About chrome and safari using different versions of webkit: http://trac.webkit.org/wiki/WebKit2
This page talks about:
webkit1 - no sandboxing
webkit2 - native sandboxing
Chrome webkit - they modified it to use a custom sanboxing model