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    Default Objects jump to next-to-last keyframe at the end of the animation

    Objects jump to next-to-last keyframe at the end of the animation


    I find that in Safari 5.0.5 that when the last keyframe is reached, objects jump to the previous (next-to-last) keyframe position.

    This behavior does not happen with Chrome 12.0. That is, the objects stay at the last keyframe position.

    (BTW, it would be helpful if you would add an 'Help > About' menu to show the version number.

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    Are you on Windows? I think the Windows version of Safari is not quite up to spec compared to the OS X version. We are considering workarounds.

    The about panel is coming.

    Thanks for the feedback!

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    Yes. Windows. Just tried Safari mobile browser on iPod Touch device. This also works correctly.

    Thanks for the quick response.

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    Got the same problem with Safari 4.0.4 running on intel mac, I guess its an older Safari browser thing

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    I have same problem on mac safari 5.0.4
    plays ok on mac safari 5.1

    my first sencha animation that jumps back at end:
    http://www.megadoug.com/sencha/

    Any workarounds (mess w/ the generated code) to broaden the browser base animations will work on?

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    Firefox 5 has some animation support. I haven't had much time to play around with Firefox 5 yet, but from what I understand you would need to duplicate all the css with -webkit prefix and add a -moz prefix. You would also need to replace any translate3d, scale3d with their 2d equivalents (translate(x,y) or translateX() translateY() etc..) used with the -moz-transform.