We've all seen them in HTTP header reponses but what the hell do they all mean. I've never really bothered to find out until now. A very strange rendering issue with Flash. The Flash piece looks great in Firefox, but in IE and Safari the black isn't saturating to match the #000 CSS background. Very odd.

So, as always, I turned to the interent and did some research. It turns out that all of these browsers use different rendering engines. Typically Trident, Webkit, Gecko and KHTML... That was an 'Ah! hah!' moment. Interesting reading and offered some insite into our little problem.

For anyone interested here's a good article I read : http://getjins.wordpress.com/2008/09/10/a-quick-look-at-browser-engines-trident-gecko-webkit-presto/