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IE team member Chris Wilson has posted about a couple of new developments in IE7: support for alpha-transparent PNG images and fixing a few of the bizarre float-related rendering bugs in Trident, the rendering engine used in IE 4+ for Windows.

It’s a good start, and happily puts to rest persistent rumors that IE7 would be strictly a security-and-UI-features release. Yea Chris Wilson!

Elsewhere, Safari developer Dave Hyatt is within a few object tags of passing the Acid2 test. Looks like WaSP Dean Edward‘s faith in Dave’s efforts was well-placed. Yea Dave Hyatt!

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