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Not sure what can be causing this, but transparent png's when scaled get this weird black shadow on the transparent areas. Any idea of what might be?
Hi @BMCouto, which versions of IE are having this problem? Could you send me a screenshot?
This issue occurs in IE < 9 in semi-transparent areas when using either translate, scale or rotate.
This sounds like a browser bug and I probably won't be able to fix it.
Can you create a test-case on jsbin.com or jsfiddle.net?
I believe you are just missing the filters like paulirish has on css3please.com , or not?
This shouldn't be a filter problem, as those black shadows are not visible before using transforms, am I right?
They are, as karazon says, an IE below 9 shows those shadows using transform.
@louisremi any news on this?
@louisremi have you look at this situation, besides this black shadow on png's, the zoom animate move on a weird direction on IE7 and IE8.
@BMCouto I'd like to help you but you never send me any screenshot or test-case demonstrating your problem.
I am having this issue in Chrome when using translate and scale.
This looks like a rendering bug lying either in Chrome, your graphic driver our your OS. There's absolutely nothing I can do about it. sorry.
You are right, it is a rendering bug in the current (v21) version of Chrome. Hopefully they fix it soon! Thanks.