Bug 1737920 Comment 12 Edit History

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(In reply to Dave Letorey from comment #11)
> Is this feature complete, I have added the `layout.css.scroll-driven-animations.enabled` and it does not seem to be working.
> I am using this [codepen](https://codepen.io/CodeRedDigital/pen/KKGOXqQ), to test the expected behaviour. I can see this working in Chrome Canary.

We don't support `animation-duration: auto` because it is defined in CSS Animation Level 2, so please use any duration other than 0s. (Bug 1804574)

Also, the named timeline range is not supported because it should go to CSS Animation Level 2. There is a bug for it: Bug 1824875.

If you remove the named keyframe selectors (e.g. Just use `0%` and `100%`) and use `1s` for the duration, the scroll-driven animation works.
(In reply to Dave Letorey from comment #11)
> Is this feature complete, I have added the `layout.css.scroll-driven-animations.enabled` and it does not seem to be working.
> I am using this [codepen](https://codepen.io/CodeRedDigital/pen/KKGOXqQ), to test the expected behaviour. I can see this working in Chrome Canary.

We don't support `animation-duration: auto` because it is defined in CSS Animation Level 2, so please use any duration other than 0s. (Bug 1804574)

Also, the named timeline range is not supported because it should go to CSS Animation Level 2. There is a bug for it: Bug 1824875.

If you remove the named keyframe selectors (e.g. Just use `0%` and `100%`) and use `1s` for the duration, the scroll-driven animation should work.

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