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cssnano renames css keyframes to "a" #247
But I am 100% sure that css nano renamed the keyframe name as showed in my #1 post.
Some more information:
I found the bug when scrolling through the dist css file, my editor (atom) highlighted the new name "a" in red, the color which is used to show that this is a reserved name (like b, li, ul...)
What do you mean how does it manifest?
Which breaks animations (at least in Edge browser). I'm not convinced it has anything to do with the fact the it may overwrite rules for links, but it may be the case, I don't know. The only thing I know for sure is it broke the animations until I set the flag to reduceIdents to false.
Beforehand, I tested the solution by manually renaming the keyframes name to something else and setting the css rule to that new animation name, which fixed it. So I'm 99.99% confident that it was effectively the source of error.
referenced this issue
Dec 22, 2017
I got a similar problem with a couple of websites where I use animation.css. My problem is that in Internet Explorer 11 an element gets a different animation then expected.