poor state of webkit transforms in Android

by devi prasad » Mon, 17 Jan 2011 10:51:59 GMT

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 Hi, I'm finding out that Android has either disabled or broken
Webkit's -webkit-transform features. I couldn't locate an authentic
documentation from Google about android.webkit and its (broken)
status. Can someone who knows it all throw light and save immense time
that I'm spending testing these things? For example, when I try
rotateZ it behaves like rotateY, while rotateY just doesn't work for
me on Android 2.2 + Nexus One. I have tested rotateY and rotateZ on
Chrome browser and things appear fine there.

So, any official statement on Android's Webkit (in)capabilities?



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