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Version: 0.12.2
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Compass Cross-Browser Support Configuration

You can configure the compass default browser support matrix by setting these variables as needed.

This file can be imported using: @import "compass/support"

Configurable Variables help

true

Usually compass hacks apply to both ie6 & 7 -- set this to false to disable support for both.

$legacy-support-for-ie

Setting this to false will result in smaller output, but no support for ie6 hacks

$legacy-support-for-ie

Setting this to false will result in smaller output, but no support for ie7 hacks

$legacy-support-for-ie

Setting this to false will result in smaller output, but no support for legacy ie8 hacks

true

Support for mozilla in experimental css3 properties (-moz).

true

Support for webkit in experimental css3 properties (-webkit).

true

Support for webkit's original (non-standard) gradient syntax.

true

Support for opera in experimental css3 properties (-o).

true

Support for microsoft in experimental css3 properties (-ms).

false

Support for khtml in experimental css3 properties (-khtml).

false

Support for svg in experimental css3 properties. Setting this to true might add significant size to your generated stylesheets.

false

Support for CSS PIE in experimental css3 properties (-pie).

Constants

true

Whether to output legacy support for mozilla. Usually this means hacks to support Firefox 3.6 or earlier.