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I'm trying to use CSS3 animation markup to generate a nice smooth arc (rather than connect the dots). A technique for doing this that seems to work in webkit browsers is to transform the x and y axis independently with nested divs
As described here: http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2011/09/14/the-guide-to-css-animation-principles-and-examples/
<divid="item-y"style="background-color:yellow; height:50px; width:
50px; position:absolute; left:300px; top:300px;"></div>
...And then have separate keyframes for item-x and item-y.
This technique doesn't seem to work on my Win8 Metro app or IE10. Works fine on chrome/webkit. Any thoughts on why not, and any alternatives?
That article is specific for webkit browsers. For example, all of the code has this:
You should modify your code to use the -ms prefix ala:
If that does not work you will need to post a sample of the CSS and HTML you are using.
Jeff Sanders (MSFT)
Yup, i had modified code to -ms prefix from everything in the example.
I talked to someone on the team and they told me this bug is fixed in the Feb 29 build.
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