Re: [css3-animation] why content property not animatable?

On Wednesday 2014-10-22 00:42 +0000, Sylvain Galineau wrote:
> There is a fair point here though; when we say 'middle' we're talking about the middle of the timing function curve, which may not be the middle of the corresponding time interval. So if you know when you want a discrete property to change value, figuring out the before/after keyframe selector value is not user-friendly in non-linear cases.

It should be relatively easy with the step-start or step-end timing
functions, which I think are what we should recommend for discrete
animations.  The "change at middle of timing function behavior" is
really just to make everything else defined while also producing the
results we want for step-start and step-end.


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