Web browser magic

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Fuckin' colors. How do they work?

Explanation: it's an APNG file.

(TL;DR: The image has two frames. Firefox, a browser that supports the APNG format, skips to it's second frame, while Chrome or Safari, which are browsers that don't support it, stop on the first frame.)

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5 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

Nice. I also got to see all the damn ads in IE that I've never ever seen in firefox till now.

Anonymous said...

I have Firefox. I could, of cource, out of share curiousity fire up the old Explorer just to see what this is, only problem is that when i have fired up the ole' "Bill Gates tribute to Josef Stalin and the Komintern party of the Soviet Union Explorer" compulsory drag- ass software piece of shit that i have subconciously opressed that existed on my computer, like one opresses a painful childhood filled with fear and agony, like the father in "The Sixth sence" forgot that he was dead,well by that time, i couldve finished this story, which actually starts at my birth, and ends when i have given a thourough version of the story that is my miserable life of 55 years, THEN it will have finished loading, with the Microsoft home page, and the Ask.com toolbars and all other shit. THEN i would be able to see what magnificent secret that hides behind this picture.

Anonymous said...

Or you just could install chrome

Anonymous said...

I downloaded firefox for this o-o

Anonymous said...

Wow...I thought someone would post a picture by now...any way...IE & FireFox


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