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09-03-2011 12:52 PM
Does anyone know if the CSS3 resize function works on the Playbook? My webworks app makes use of the function, which works perfectly in Chrome, of course, and seems to work on Ripple, but does not work in either the simulator or on the real device. I was only wondering if there was some other way to reference the resize function (ie. -webkit-resize) to make it work.
I did look on the BB website but did not see it listed as supported (which could very well answer my question).
09-03-2011 11:44 PM
Thanks Interfasys. Scale would work, I think, if I didn't need something dynamic and user-controlled, which I do. The JqueryUI resize plugin works, but I was hoping to get CSS to do it instead, if only for the performance advantage I think I will get.
Thanks again for your response.
09-04-2011 11:42 AM
You should be able to use the same jquery script but with the 'scale' instead of the 'resize' class if that script is using CSS transitions to create the effect.
I would also imagine that it would possible to create the needed class on the fly and to apply it to the element that you need to resize.