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Author:  Chris [ Thu Feb 02, 2012 1:56 pm ]
Post subject:  CSS3Pie and Jquery dialog transition

Hello,

I wonder if anyone could help. We are using Jquery ui in a project and have applied css3 box shadows to the dialogs.

We have included css3pie into the project to mirror this styling in IE6 - 8 and it works well on most of the dialogs.

On one dialog we have applied a jquery show effect of slide... When I check the code the css3pie container for the effect isn't found in the code nor is the shadow effect displayed. As soon as I remove the effect, the css3 styling works in ie6-8.

Is there any way to get css3pie to work with this animation?

I am not able to paste, or link to a working example.

Chris

Author:  webaware [ Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:09 am ]
Post subject:  Re: CSS3Pie and Jquery dialog transition

Try telling PIE about the dialog if it doesn't already know about it:
Code:
if (window.PIE) {
     PIE.attach(element);
}
Otherwise, maybe try telling PIE that the element has moved, which tells PIE to do its thing again:
Code:
if (window.PIE) {
     element.fireEvent("onmove");
}

Author:  Chris [ Wed Feb 08, 2012 3:41 am ]
Post subject:  Re: CSS3Pie and Jquery dialog transition

Thanks Webaware for your post. Much appreciated.

Will that solution work with the PIE.htc version, or is this for the javascript version? Sorry if I am asking a silly question.

Chris

Author:  webaware [ Wed Feb 08, 2012 4:05 am ]
Post subject:  Re: CSS3Pie and Jquery dialog transition

If you have the .htc loaded and attached to something, then windows.PIE will be there. If you don't have anything on your page that uses behavior: url(.../PIE.htc) then you won't have PIE loaded and you'll need to load PIE.js instead.

Author:  Chris [ Wed Feb 22, 2012 4:39 am ]
Post subject:  Re: CSS3Pie and Jquery dialog transition

Thanks very much for your help. Much appreciated.

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