MathML support is very important. MathJAX does not work well when viewing content off-line.
Opus is now in preview builds behind a flag. Please see https://blogs.windows.com/msedgedev/2016/04/18/webm-vp9-and-opus-support-in-microsoft-edge/
I wonder if Opus plays in Edge now if put in a mkv container and called WebM? I seem to recall that if you installed the fluendo codecs in Win 7 and WebM support in IE in Windows 7 that you could get it to play Ogg Vorbis that way.
Hi, I would not object to Ogg Vorbis support but Ogg Opus is what I really want to see supported.
I run a website that provides audios (spoken content) and I do use HE-AAC which allows for considerable compression but Ogg Opus provides for even better compression at the same audio quality.
Where bandwidth isn't an issue it doesn't matter, but for users who either pay for bandwidth or who have poor Internet connections, the smaller file size of Ogg Opus is a benefit to them. Right now they can get that using Chrome or FireFox but if Edge is the browser they prefer, I believe they should be able to get it in Edge too.
Push API is now in development: https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/platform/status/pushapi
Please PLEASE support DANE. There is already partial support in FireFox via an add-on, though it is not developed by Mozilla.
For me, I use DANE as a form of two-factor authentication for my TLS certificates. All my DNS servers use DNSSEC and all my TLS certificates do have TLSA records in DNS but I do not see DANE as replacing certificate authorities, as a user I like two forms of authentication from websites. The trusted CA is one form, the fingerprint in a DNSSEC signed TLSA record is the second form.
DANE is better than HPKP for this because HPKP records are not signed, making them Trust On First Use. I prefer Validate On Every Use which is what DANE does for me.
Thank you for your time.
Please implement this. I frequently use _blank as a target because my content often sites other sources the viewer may wish to skim without losing their place in my content, and I was rather shocked to find out the behaviour this attribute adds isn't the default. This is important.