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Prince, a program that converts XML documents styled with CSS into PDF files for printing, has passed the Acid2 test. While Prince isn’t a browser per se — it’s a file converter — it does join Konqueror and Apple’s Safari as the first CSS & HTML implementations to pass the WaSP’s Acid2 Test (disclosure: Håkon Wium Lie, one of the authors of the Acid2 Test, is on the board of YesLogic Pty Ltd).

Congratulations, guys! Nice work.

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