This is a fantastic extension in every browser I have tried, except IE. After running a css transformation on text in IE8, it ends up looking very jaggy. This does not seem to happen on an image. Is there a work around for this?
I understand it is a bug in IE, however, it is a known but, with a number of work arounds, if you google it.
When I was writing jquery animations by hand, you could fix it by removing the filter in IE when the animation is done Because IE doesnt support true opacity, and you a have to use filter:alpha(opacity=50. To prevent this bug, you must remove the filter (ie set it to a blank value) to remove this aliasing effect.
That fix may be applicable in some occasions but in others may result in a glitch. In general - some transforms require that value in order to perform certain calculations and you cannot remove it lightly.
That makes sense, however, it means that I cannot use opacity or rotation transforms on text, because a large percentage of my client base use ie8 (unfortunately). Would you be willing to give me a hint, where I could insert a function that removes the filter, in your code, after the transformation is done (either in the js file, or the jquery function in the head of the doc)? It would really help me out of a jam, and I certainly wouldnt hold you responsible for any glitches I caused by editing the code. Thanks!
On prima vista I can tell you to set up the fix as a function and add a function call when animation ends. That can be done in the UI of the extension: 1)open the UI, 2)click on the Advanced button in Animationpart. 3)a new UI window opens. 4)in Callback functions section enter the NAME of the fix function ONLY in the field named onComplete. 5)"OK" yourself out of the UIs.
Try out this way. I'll see for more convenient ( because with this one you cannot pass parameters to the function )