Ticket #4707 (closed bug: fixed)
Updating opacity in Internet Explorer breaks other currently used filters
|Reported by:||aheckmann||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||opacity css curCSS filter||Cc:|
In jQuery 1.3.3pre and previous, there exists a bug in how opacity is set in Internet Explorer. If there are other filters besides alpha(opacity) being used on the element, they are overwritten.
The fix is to change jQuery.style (1.3.3pre) to first check if there are filters being used and then apply the regx replace on the result. If changeset 6349 is included we'll get the ability to not overwrite filters added inline or in the stylesheet too.