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Re: [Public WebGL] there is no such thing as "experimental-webgl2" correct?
That should be correct. I think Firefox used to allow 'experimental-webgl2' a long time ago, but AFAICT both Firefox and Chrome
no longer accept it.
I would like to know if it is true that there is no such thing as "experimental-webgl2".
Is this correct?
it is my understanding that browsers stopped using prefixes because apps get dependent on them
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