WebAssembly is a standard feature in every browser supported by SMW Central
. If you choose to disable it, you do so at your own risk.
Originally posted by meatloaf
I know it's probably as-is for the sake of the average user who likely has no idea what webassembly is, but it's disingenuous when using an off-kilter browser
For the average user, lack of WebAssembly support means an outdated browser because it is, once again, a standard feature. There is no need to create confusion by specifying exactly which feature is missing.