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Typps
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Just want to pass on the news in case someone here missed it. IE10 is now available for windows 7. If you’ve not upgraded to IE10, now is it folks!

If your afraid of losing IE9, keep in mind that the dev tools in IE allow you to switch the browser renderer to any version you want that is higher than 6.

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ie/archive/2013/02/26/ie10-for-windows-7-globally-available-for-consumers-and-businesses.aspx
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CodBits
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Thanks, I did not know.

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And it rocks.

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Typps
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And it rocks.

Absolutely. CSS 3D transforms with animations and transitions works best for me in IE10 as opposed to every other browser that sports it ;)

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And it rocks.
Absolutely. CSS 3D transforms with animations and transitions works best for me in IE10 as opposed to every other browser that sports it ;)

The problem with IE10 and CSS3 3d transforms is that they don’t support “transform-style: preserve-3d”. Big road-block for anything advanced.

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The problem with IE10 and CSS3 3d transforms is that they don’t support “transform-style: preserve-3d”. Big road-block for anything advanced.
Could try the workaround suggested on MSDN:
At this time, Internet Explorer 10 does not support the preserve-3d keyword. You can work around this by manually applying the parent element’s transform to each of the child elements in addition to the child element’s normal transform.

Not required it yet, so I can’t say if the workaround is acceptable :)

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Not required it yet, so I can’t say if the workaround is acceptable :)

It isn’t :P This would only work when:

a) the parent and child are using different transform properties
b) the values for each just happen to be the same

And even if you get lucky and either a or b above apply, it still means you have to change the way you code just to appease IE.

This isn’t my biggest gripe with IE10 though. It’s the fact that they implemented they’re own proprietary touch events.

But other than these two things, the CSS uniformity is terrific and the speed speaks for itself.

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