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  1.    #1  
    Hi there,

    I'm working at a replacement for the HP Pivot for the Touchpad at the moment, and the webOS browser is

    There are many features that don't work, but there is one thing that is driving me crazy: Shadows. They even look better in IE6 (It simply ignores them) than in the bundled Browser, which simply spreads them all over the place. For an example take a look at my homepage...

    Any tipps for my CSS or a patch?

    Greets pattyland
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    not skilled enough for any tips but ill throw in a thumbs up for anything you rattle off to make a working useable pivot.
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    Watcha using a browser for? Each page can be made with Enyo or an image.
  4.    #4  
    @GMMan: This is more a general question; There are many sites where the shadows are 100px away from their content.... I hoped there is a patch for that :/
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    It's probably a bug in the current WebKit implementation. Aside from that, there's also images as fonts not rendering (missing web font support).
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMMan View Post
    It's probably a bug in the current WebKit implementation. Aside from that, there's also images as fonts not rendering (missing web font support).
    Lol... I just started The Acid3 Test on my Touchpad and it's horrible^^ There are svg's that starts downloading
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    It's... let's call it... subpar...

    It doesn't support several fancy things
    Newness Developments apps:

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    It's good practice to separate CSS 2 and your CSS3 definitions.

    CSS3 styles (background gradients, shadows, outlines, curved borders) were only introduced partially in 2012 by a very select set of major browsers.

    It is better to design your stuff with CSS 2, where browsers have been using it since 1998 (If you want to maintain universal compatibility) However, in order to get CSS2 to show shadows, you will need to use a classical (hacky) method:

    Stu Nicholls | CSSplay | A drop shadow

    or ... images... Images always work.
  9.    #9  
    You call that practice, I call it torture

    The browser on the touchpad understands much CSS3, even transitions and animations like on my homepage, but then it fails with the shadow's... This is weird!

    The shadow in your example looks like it comes from Doom 1

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