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    DigitalMan is offline Member
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    Default CSS2/3 in JEditorPane?

    The built-in Java/Swing CSS renderer seems to be quite outdated. It's missing support for basic CSS2 functions (including the ubiquitous :hover), not to mention CSS3 (such as word-wrap: break-word). Is there some kind of third-party module I can implement that will enable full, up-to-date CSS capabilities?

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    I think it's been long enough to warrant a bump...

    I've heard there's some way to actually use FireFox to render the pages, but this program is already using massive amounts of RAM. Chrome might be better - but really, any solution would be nice.
    Last edited by DigitalMan; 04-02-2010 at 10:57 AM.

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