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The animation in the banner does not work correctly

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Hello, technical support specialists! I created a banner using HTML5 and javascript, but it does not display correctly ... In previous versions of Firefox, everything works fine, but in the latest version, the banner animation is only done when the cursor moves ... What is it related to and how can I solve this problem?

Hello, technical support specialists! I created a banner using HTML5 and javascript, but it does not display correctly ... In previous versions of Firefox, everything works fine, but in the latest version, the banner animation is only done when the cursor moves ... What is it related to and how can I solve this problem?

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WestEnd
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Show the banner? And in FF57+ only way to make Browser changes are through user.chrome css scripts.

Show the banner? And in FF57+ only way to make Browser changes are through user.chrome css scripts.
jscher2000
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Hi fjodor92, can you post a link to a page demonstrating this problem?

(I don't think a screenshot is going to help.)

Hi fjodor92, can you post a link to a page demonstrating this problem? (I don't think a screenshot is going to help.)

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WestEnd сказал(а)

Show the banner? And in FF57+ only way to make Browser changes are through user.chrome css scripts.


Thanks for the answer. Link to example: http://resource.890m.com/banner/

''WestEnd [[#answer-1075859|сказал(а)]]'' <blockquote> Show the banner? And in FF57+ only way to make Browser changes are through user.chrome css scripts. </blockquote> Thanks for the answer. Link to example: http://resource.890m.com/banner/

Modified by fjodor92

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jscher2000 сказал(а)

Hi fjodor92, can you post a link to a page demonstrating this problem? (I don't think a screenshot is going to help.)


Thanks for the answer. Link to example: http://resource.890m.com/banner/

''jscher2000 [[#answer-1075872|сказал(а)]]'' <blockquote> Hi fjodor92, can you post a link to a page demonstrating this problem? (I don't think a screenshot is going to help.) </blockquote> Thanks for the answer. Link to example: http://resource.890m.com/banner/

Modified by fjodor92

jscher2000
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Hmm, it seems as though the animation is happening but the elements are not visible for some reason. If you move the mouse every 5 seconds, you can see several elements already in place are made visible. (Or perhaps they are not in place, but the animation clock has run and you do not see the animation.)

It's very difficult to investigate because if you open the developer tools panel it works normally. I don't know how to figure this out.

Hmm, it seems as though the animation is happening but the elements are not visible for some reason. If you move the mouse every 5 seconds, you can see several elements already in place are made visible. (Or perhaps they are not in place, but the animation clock has run and you do not see the animation.) It's very difficult to investigate because if you open the developer tools panel it works normally. I don't know how to figure this out.

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jscher2000 said

Hmm, it seems as though the animation is happening but the elements are not visible for some reason. If you move the mouse every 5 seconds, you can see several elements already in place are made visible. (Or perhaps they are not in place, but the animation clock has run and you do not see the animation.) It's very difficult to investigate because if you open the developer tools panel it works normally. I don't know how to figure this out.


The fact is that in previous versions of firefox everything worked fine ... In other browsers, too, everything is fine, but in firefox, for some reason this problem has appeared ... I do not know how to solve it.

''jscher2000 [[#answer-1075959|said]]'' <blockquote> Hmm, it seems as though the animation is happening but the elements are not visible for some reason. If you move the mouse every 5 seconds, you can see several elements already in place are made visible. (Or perhaps they are not in place, but the animation clock has run and you do not see the animation.) It's very difficult to investigate because if you open the developer tools panel it works normally. I don't know how to figure this out. </blockquote> The fact is that in previous versions of firefox everything worked fine ... In other browsers, too, everything is fine, but in firefox, for some reason this problem has appeared ... I do not know how to solve it.
TyDraniu
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Banner works for me on Firefox Nightly.

Banner works for me on Firefox Nightly.

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TyDraniu said

Banner works for me on Firefox Nightly.


Thanks for the response. But I'm still interested in Firefox version 58+

''TyDraniu [[#answer-1075980|said]]'' <blockquote> Banner works for me on Firefox Nightly. </blockquote> Thanks for the response. But I'm still interested in Firefox version 58+
jscher2000
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fjodor92 said

TyDraniu said
Banner works for me on Firefox Nightly.

Thanks for the response. But I'm still interested in Firefox version 58+

Nightly is Firefox 60 in alpha testing, so that's promising for the future. Someone probably should check the beta of Firefox 59 to see whether it's fixed there.

Fixes are unlikely to come to Firefox 58 at this point unless a lot of sites are affected.

I note that zooming using Ctrl+ or Ctrl- every 5 seconds also shows the missing elements. Not sure if this provides anyone any further insight on what's going on with the invisible elements.

''fjodor92 [[#answer-1075997|said]]'' <blockquote> ''TyDraniu [[#answer-1075980|said]]'' <blockquote> Banner works for me on Firefox Nightly. </blockquote> Thanks for the response. But I'm still interested in Firefox version 58+ </blockquote> Nightly is Firefox 60 in alpha testing, so that's promising for the future. Someone probably should check the beta of Firefox 59 to see whether it's fixed there. Fixes are unlikely to come to Firefox 58 at this point unless a lot of sites are affected. I note that zooming using Ctrl+ or Ctrl- every 5 seconds also shows the missing elements. Not sure if this provides anyone any further insight on what's going on with the invisible elements.
James
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WestEnd said

Show the banner? And in FF57+ only way to make Browser changes are through user.chrome css scripts.

it is userChrome.css and not user.chrome css

The userChrome.css is only for the browser interface and not what you see in the browser window as userContent.css can be used for this.

http://kb.mozillazine.org/userChrome.css http://kb.mozillazine.org/userContent.css

''WestEnd [[#answer-1075859|said]]'' <blockquote> Show the banner? And in FF57+ only way to make Browser changes are through user.chrome css scripts. </blockquote> it is '''userChrome.css''' and not user.chrome css The userChrome.css is only for the browser interface and not what you see in the browser window as userContent.css can be used for this. http://kb.mozillazine.org/userChrome.css http://kb.mozillazine.org/userContent.css