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Thread: Text aliasing in Chrome after animation?

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    Sencha User jlyman's Avatar
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    Default Text aliasing in Chrome after animation?

    This is probably a known issue, but I'm just checking with the community to see if anyone can fill me in on what the particular source of the bug is and if there's action on it on the Chrome dev team.

    After animations in Chrome (v17.0.963.56), some of the text seems to have lost its anti-aliasing (see screenshot below). It's not all text, but lists seem to be particularly affected. This does not happen in Safari, so I can't assume that it's a WebKit-specific problem, but a Chrome issue. Anyone know what's going on here? Any temporary fixes?


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    Sencha - Sr Software Engineer mitchellsimoens's Avatar
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    Sounds like Chrome is removing some CSS so that it can ensure the transform is smooth. Chrome has a couple different quirks that Safari doesn't have but there isn't anything you can do about it really.
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    In 2.1 it seems to be solved... so it obviously has been a sencha problem with handling chrome mobile.

    as it's not possible for us to move from 2.0.1 to 2.1 now, maybe there is a fix for 2.0.1 as well?

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