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Support gecko's css gradient proposal #1

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Modernizr opened this Issue Sep 25, 2009 · 1 comment

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ghost commented Sep 25, 2009

Reported here: http://twitter.com/atwork8_/statuses/3895252369

Per Faruk:
"Right now, the two CSS gradient specs are both mere proposals and both are under heavy scrutiny for changing and synchronizing. I want us to adjust the gradient check in the next release to support both WebKit and Mozilla's proposals, e.g. check for both types. Since Firefox only supports it as of 3.6a and later, but WebKit has had it since Safari 3.1, we'll do the Firefox check second."

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paulirish commented Nov 7, 2009

support mozilla css gradients proposal. closed by 118bf76

paulirish pushed a commit that referenced this issue Oct 15, 2012

Merge pull request #1 from paulirish/master
test new detects locally

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Fix: atRule fix for IE7: check if window.CSSRule is defined.
Fix: handling edge cases in tests code for partial support. JSONP from 'caniuse' could contain values like 'a #2' or 'y #1', whereas code was expecting just 'a' or 'y'.

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