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    I edited this page because I found an issue with how the matrix transform function is actually applied to elements.  I don't mean to step on anyone's toes but the application of -moz-transform: matrix(a, b, c, d, tx, ty) is wrong.  It's really -moz-transform: matrix(a, c, b, d, tx, ty);

    It's applied by columns, not rows otherwise the results are counterintuitive to the element's local coordinate system.  I outlined my finding in further detail at this page: http://someguynameddylan.com/lab/transform-origin-in-internet-explorer.php#other-findings

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    I deeply apologize. I edited this page so that it became less gecko-oriented, more vendor neutral. After that I tried to rename the title from "-moz-transform" to "transform" by moving the page to the new url. And I've done wrong. Now the page is hanging under /en/ not /en/CSS/ ...

    Could anyone move it to the "correct" page (/en/CSS/tranform)?

    - myakura

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    I've moved the page into the proper place in the hierarchy. I'm not sure why Sheppy reverted your edits, so I'm leaving them reverted until he gets back from vacation (mid-July) and I can ask him about it.

    jswisher 01 July 2011

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    jswisher, thanks a lot!

    The revert was done by me, not Sheppy. I'm not sure why his name was on the log (perhaps that's the Deki way?)

    Anways, again, thank you very much :-)

    - myakura

     

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    Aside from the hiccup with moving the page, your edits to make it more vendor-neutral looked OK to me (though I didn't verify them vs. the spec). So, either you or I can revert the revert, if you want :-) That won't affect the page location.

    jswisher 7 Jul 2011

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