#1716 Implement CSS backdrop-filter

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opened 2 months ago by Moonchild · 4 comments

What it says on the tin.

What it says on the tin.
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mattatobin commented 2 months ago
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This is almost certainly going to have to be done from scratch because I believe Mozilla did this only in stylo.

This is almost certainly going to have to be done from scratch because I believe Mozilla did this only in `stylo`.
Moonchild commented 2 months ago
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Spec status is Editor’s Draft, so I’m bumping the priority down of this. Websites should not be using it.

Also: http://dowebsitesneedtolookexactlythesameineverybrowser.com/

Spec status is Editor's Draft, so I'm bumping the priority down of this. Websites should not be using it. Also: http://dowebsitesneedtolookexactlythesameineverybrowser.com/
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Moonchild commented 2 months ago
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I believe Mozilla did this only in stylo.

Actually they implemented it solely for WebRender, so that’s in no way related to how we’re doing our compositing.

> I believe Mozilla did this only in stylo. Actually they implemented it solely for WebRender, so that's in no way related to how we're doing our compositing.
nonetrix commented 2 days ago

Firefox doesn’t even support fully at least to my knowledge only Chromium and WebKit and legacy Edge do fully https://nonetrix.neocities.org for example the blur effect on the top bar doesn’t work on Firefox but does in Chromium and all the other browser mentioned before.

Kawase blur algorithm is the most efficent for adding a blur effect and I’m pretty sure all the other browsers do this!

Firefox doesn't even support fully at least to my knowledge only Chromium and WebKit and legacy Edge do fully https://nonetrix.neocities.org for example the blur effect on the top bar doesn't work on Firefox but does in Chromium and all the other browser mentioned before. Kawase blur algorithm is the most efficent for adding a blur effect and I'm pretty sure all the other browsers do this!
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