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Everything posted by brianskold

  1. Firefox does respect will-change (we pushed for it because previously people used translateZ(0) to force layerization which only works in Webkit-based browsers). For CSS animations and Web animations we read the parameters of the animation to determine the maximum scale and rasterize at that scale. For JS animations we periodically re-rasterize at the next power of 2 (e.g. if you scale by 1.1, we'll rasterize at double size then downscale; once your animation uses a scale over 2, we'll re-rasterize at 4 times the size then downscale).