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Position and scaling in Internet Explorer vs. Chrome

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Hello all, 


Do any of you wonderful gurus know a way around the scaling and position differences in Internet Explorer vs. Chrome. My animation does look great in Internet Explorer but I've just been told now that I'm fairly far along that it's going to have to work in Chrome as well and I'm at a loss as to how to do that ( short of having to run a browser check and execute different code for each browser). I was hoping there may be a way that I'm unaware of that may keep me from having to essentially maintain two different versions of the animation depending on the browser. 


Thank you! 


- Chris

See the Pen pEWzqd?editors=1010#0 by chrisbtbi (@chrisbtbi) on CodePen

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Never mind, I figured out to revert to relative positioning and that fixed it enough in Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer.

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Glad you got it working ;)

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