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We only list the CSS properties that are officially supported (and documented) by Webkit, Safari, and/or Apple. Use of other properties should be thoroughly tested and you risk losing support for them in future versions, even if they work now (probably a small risk, though). So go ahead and use them now, if they work, but be aware that the behavior of such properties may change in the future.
For example, the "-webkit-box-shadow" is listed as "Experimental", and there is no documentation for a "-webkit-text-stroke" property.
Brilliant - thanks for the information. Could you possibly give us any information as to the upgrade policy that Adobe will be using with AIR? For example will minor upgrades be recommended to users similar to the Firefox updater, or will they be left to download new version when they are required to by AIR applications? Also, with regard to Webkit, will newer versions be deployed in minor updates, or only major updates to AIR?
Currently, all users (except those who've disabled updates) receive both minor and major upgrades. Note that new versions required by AIR applications are also automatically downloaded.
WebKit updates may be included in minor or major updates.