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Opera Software plans to use the acid2 test not only to improve implementation and correct bugs within the desktop browser, but then do so for its mobile browsers, too.

Jon S. von Tetzchner, co-founder and CEO of Opera Software, writes:

“When our rendering engine gets it right, you can expect to see the smiley face on handheld devices and home media terminals as well.”

Opera Software’s advancing influence in the mobile space means a very good future for the implementation of Web standards within mobile phones and related devices.

For more information on Opera’s progress with the acid2 test, please see the acid2 progress thread on the My Opera Forums. While Opera isn’t doing a step-by-step report, they are posting their progress at least once a month along with a PNG image of the acid2 rendering as it looks at that point in their process.

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