Created attachment 8759522 [details] slide_png.rar User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:46.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/46.0 Build ID: 20160502172042 Steps to reproduce: Open Firefox browser private mode version 46 Went to http://webkithacks.github.io/webkit_presentations/architecture/ link Checked it in safe mode too it's the same behaviour. Actual results: All slide contents are overlapped with one another. Cannot see the contents properly Expected results: Each slide content should have been rendered separately. All slides shows the same content http://webkithacks.github.io/webkit_presentations/architecture/#slide-4 and http://webkithacks.github.io/webkit_presentations/architecture/ link show the same content. Just check if it's related to [Bug 1269321] 3D Rendering issue in special condition
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:46.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/46.0
Severity: normal → major
OS: Unspecified → Windows 7
Hardware: Unspecified → x86_64
Enabling css webkit prefix(layout.css.prefixes.webkit = true) seems to fix the problem. So, I think this is the SITE PROBLEM.
Summary: Not able to see the slides properly in webkithacks → Not able to see the slides properly in webkithacks with layout.css.prefixes.webkit=false
Hi, Even I am able to see the slides properly on setting layout.css.prefixes.webkit=true. I am newbie so wanted some info... Is it a site problem or firefox has to be released with with above property set to true. And It works directly on chrome. Is it because property is set to true by default in chrome(as it's based on webkit)? Will setting above property to false on chrome have similar issue as firefox..?
(In reply to amogh.kudari5 from comment #3) > Even I am able to see the slides properly on setting > layout.css.prefixes.webkit=true. That will be the default configuration in Firefox 49. Before that, that about:config pref is disabled by default (because that's when we're pretty sure it's complete enough to ship; and when it's incomplete, some sites break as a result). > I am newbie so wanted some info... > Is it a site problem or firefox has to be released with with above property > set to true. It's a site problem. It indicates that the site is using some Chrome/Safari-specific "aliases" for CSS properties, without using the modern standards-based versions of those properties that are supported in all browsers. This is a problem that many sites have, though (in particular on mobile, due to Chrome/Safari dominance in the mobile browser market, which means web developers don't test other browsers as much). So, we're adding support for these Chrome/Safari-specific aliases to Firefox. That's the feature that's controlled by the about:config preference that you found. Anyway -- I'll mark this as FIXED by bug 1213126, which is where we turned this pref on by default (in our development builds). And that should hit release in Firefox 49, via bug 1259345.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
I created a pull request to fix the site's CSS in the meantime, BTW: https://github.com/webkithacks/webkit_presentations/pull/1 If the site authors/maintainers accept that pull request, it'll fix the page immediately, I think.
(In reply to Daniel from comment #4) Thanks Daniel for information.
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