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Hi, I am using css3 transform:rotate to interact with an image, in FireFox once the rotation is applied to the image the content gets blurry, I have read that setting image-rendering to ‘optimizeSpeed’ should help but it didn’t :/ Any idea how to fix this?

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EnsomUlv
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Sometimes css3 transforms can have bad interactions with anti-aliasing. Can you post your css? Seems to me that ‘optimizeSpeed’ is more like a bandaid than anything else.

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weegillis is correct. Even though IE seems to have the most difficult problems understanding standardized CSS , it also seems to render text rather well (which isn’t worth how much IE sucks)

Aside from his solution, the only other way would be using an image (which could cause a slowing of site speed if you’re using this feature a lot)

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Laura, please do not link to commercial items free or otherwise in your posts. Thanks!

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Hi I cannot really post the CSS because it is generated by jQuery and it is pretty complicated ;P Also cannot show you an example because it is top secret ;)

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CodingJack
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Looks like FF10 has some problems with CSS3 Transforms:

http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/soundcloud-iframe-bug/58954

It’s bizarre because other CSS3 3D Transforms in Firefox 10 work but combined with something in the SoundCloud iframe is causing the problem. (I hate to say it but I think there might be a hardware acceleration conflict with Flash :D )

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