Good to see that somebody is watching our progress and trying new "unsupported" things ;o)! So what about Lively on Android or ChromeOS...
A while ago I spend some time getting Lively to run in the IE9 Beta and I also took a look at it when it finally was released.
But as you say, Microsoft was working on it too - they fixed one of their JS bugs after a bug submission from us ;-).
I would be interested in what was not working for you so we can fix that as well. Like I said, I was only working on getting it to work (also the canvas version should "work"), but I know that there are parts that might behave "unusual"...
Thanks for the message!
On Mar 25, 2011, at 3:42 AM, Peter Fraser wrote:
> I don't know why Philip Weaver is worried about Lively funding
> -Microsoft have clearly had a large team of excellent people working on
> Lively Kernel support ;-)
> If you haven't tried it -there are some broken things, but it basically
> Has someone in lively land been making some tweaks for IE9? -or is
> this really just the miracle of standards?
> Browser as platform really does seem to be panning out as Dan et al
> Like the man in the A-team used to say "I love it when a plan comes
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