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Topic # 89639 6-Sep-2011 16:40 Send private message

Have a question guys, have been using the PS3 quiet a bit browsing the internet and have noticed some websites do not view correctly or are missing text etc. To give you a couple of examples if you go onto TradeMe and navigate to "community" and go into the "message board" it does not show any text, the same thing applies to the Crowe earthquake website (Canterbury Quake Live), if you click onto the map to find out more information on the quake all the graphics are present but text is missing.
any idea's anyone?

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  Reply # 517638 6-Sep-2011 17:09 Send private message

Until PS3's browser is updated to use WebKit (the rendering engine used in Safari and Chrome) You'll find that PS3's web browser will be a super minority in terms of HTML/CSS/JS support

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