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Author Topic: acid test  (Read 147 times)

black-clover

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acid test
« on: November 14, 2017, 01:40:18 pm »

Hi,
I have run a couple of tests with a few web browsers and thought it’d be nice to share the results.

The tests are acid3 (acid3.acidtests.org) which I understand takes into account rendering and speed and html5 (html5test.com) which takes into account, guess what? a bunch of html5 functions.
I don’t know how much these tests are reliable or important, just curious.
Anyways, here are the scores I got:

Browser      Acid3      html5

Chrome      100/100   486/555
Conkeror      98/100   462/555
Epiphany      100/100   397/555
Firefox      98/100   460/555
Luakit      100/100   308/555
Midori      99/100   316/555
Palemoon      100/100   400/555
Seamonkey      99/100   458/555      
Slimjet      97/100   516/555
Vivaldi      97/100   516/555
Xombrero      100/100   319/555


I ran the tests with the same browsers both in VL and Debian and results may vary one point.
 
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black-clover

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Re: acid test
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2017, 01:26:12 pm »

one interesting addition

Qupzilla    acid3 100/100 htlm5 497/555
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black-clover

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Re: acid test
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2017, 11:20:17 pm »

The testing version of Qupzilla 2.2.0 with QtWebEngine version 5.9.2 does even better

acid3 100/100 and html5 517/555 including DRM support.
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roarde

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Re: acid test
« Reply #3 on: Today at 01:55:24 am »

Looking at its scoresheet, there are many of the html5 tests you do not want your browser to "pass". Very invasive, or very insecure.

For full-featured browsers, changing your settings will change the score. If nothing's been changed, at higher scores the difference reflects more what setting the browser ships with than what it's capable of doing. 500 is too high.

As much as you possibly can, leave Data Restriction Monitor off, and don't use the sites that insist on it.
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Re: acid test
« Reply #4 on: Today at 10:41:38 am »

I agree,
Besides, these scores do not reflect how well a browser does in everyday use.
Dillo and Links2 wouldn't even score, and they're very useful browsers.
Also, it would be interesting to see if other online tests offer further information. 
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