Any progress on a permanent resolution for this bug?
This is a huge deal for some of us. [...] Without it, WebGL is fairly useless, a step back to the horrible old days of the late '90's trying sell 3D when the final image didn't look as good as a Flash animation. We *can't* go back there.
If Apple isn't going to fix it soon, is there any chance we could ask the browser makers to de-implement the current fix, or at least somehow make it conditional with a different antialias flag or a "really, I mean it, I want antialiasing!" API call???
This is a really bad development.