Choose browser support #54

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jacobrask opened this Issue Jul 19, 2011 · 4 comments

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It would be nice to have a Settings dialog where you could select which browsers to add prefixes for.

If you don't want IE filters, you uncheck the IE option, if you don't care about Firefox <4 you only get the unprefixed border-radius, etc.

If you think this is a good idea, I would be willing to at least start looking at implementing it.

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i think its a good idea. :)

go for it, man

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paulirish commented Jul 19, 2011

i think its a good idea. :)

go for it, man

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do it do it. :)

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paulirish commented Oct 19, 2011

do it do it. :)

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The first step would be a database of prefixed properties and in which versions they were unprefixed. That's something that would be useful for other projects, like server side prefixing scripts, as well. For any web developer really.

I'll investigate the Can I use data and see what they have.

The first step would be a database of prefixed properties and in which versions they were unprefixed. That's something that would be useful for other projects, like server side prefixing scripts, as well. For any web developer really.

I'll investigate the Can I use data and see what they have.

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