Safari has an anti-aliasing issue that’s been around for a LONG time and it seems everyone is content to use an ugly workaround.
i’m just finishing up a site that makes use of the nice Wow.js & Animate.css combo. while doing final cross-browser checks i noticed Safari giving an abrupt change in text style as the fade-in finished.
see the video demo below …
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the maker/DIY trend isn’t about Arduinos or 3D printers. it’s not about laser cutters and hackerspaces. it’s about creating instead of just consuming.
you don’t have to be an artist or a scientist. many makers/hackers have both strong left and right brain tendencies. you also don’t need to know how to write code or operate a …
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