Chrome Adds More CSS3 Support

I’m not sure when this was implemented, and I don’t know what else was implemented at the same time, but I noticed the other day that Chrome now supports the standard border-radius CSS3 property, rather than requiring the -webkit- prefix.

If you’re using Chrome (or the new IE9 platform preview), this text should be inside of a box with a black, rounded border.

Has this also been implemented in the new versions of Safari? Any ideas what other CSS3 properties might have been added with the latest updates to Chrome?

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