7 comments

  • Mattias HMattias H, 5 years ago

    Hasn't Backdrop Filters been in safari since last year? https://webkit.org/blog/3632/introducing-backdrop-filters/

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    • Ed AdamsEd Adams, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

      I bet this will never land in the other browsers, or if it does it won't be until the convention is outdated. This is almost exclusively Apple's thing these days, I'm not surprised it's in Safari (both OSX and iOS implement it as a system-level feature) but I would be quite surprised if other browsers implemented it.

      0 points
      • Darrell HanleyDarrell Hanley, 5 years ago

        Actually, this has already been implemented into Blink (Chrome), but has to be enabled as a feature flag.

        2 points
    • William NewtonWilliam Newton, 5 years ago

      Yes, it has — but I didn't know about it until this week :)

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  • Adrian FurtunaAdrian Furtuna, 5 years ago

    Well, until this is implemented properly, I use the opacity property. Used it to blur the header on my website. (furtuna.ro)

    1 point
  • David DarnesDavid Darnes, 5 years ago

    Looks really good. I tried to record it using LICEcap but oddly it doesn't actually capture the blur.

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