WebGL around the net, 1 July 2010

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7 Responses to “WebGL around the net, 1 July 2010”

  1. Alvaro says:

    As you sure already know, Firefox 4 beta 1 was released with WebGL support (disabled by default). But it seems to have dropped software rendering support, so you need a good OpenGL card and driver.

  2. giles says:

    @aa — thanks! I’ll be posting about that later on today.

    @Alvaro — what makes you think they’ve dropped software rendering?

  3. Alvaro says:

    Setting webgl.software_render to true, and setting the Mesalib path makes no difference in my PC. And in my netbook there is no webgl with or without software_render=true, it always says “can’t get a suitable OpenGL context” (or similar).

    Has something changed in how to enable this?

    But now you make me doubt…

  4. giles says:

    @Alvaro — could you try last night’s build with the OSMesa from here, and let me know if it works?

  5. Chrome OS is at par with the current GUI release of Linux`:’

  6. giles says:

    @William — thanks for the update!

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