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  1. Well, the problem is that this is a fallback solution, and the matrix is something my system spits out, so I prefere to animate this value. The alternative is a lot of string manipulations and matrix math to extract the scale, rotation, skew and translate values from the matrix. As I said, with the "transform" property this works as intendend, it's just when I try to animate the "-ms-" prefixed property that things fall apart. Anyway, I'll just have to come up with my own solution if this is a known limitation. Thanks for the reply! Best, Thomas
  2. Hi there, Just a quick question. I'm using the Tweenlite library as a fallback for CSS transitions in IE9, and I've run into a problem. This works just fine, on browsers supporting the transform CSS property: TweenLite.to(testDiv, 2, {"transform": "matrix(1, 0, 0, 1, 200, 200)"}); But the transform property is hidden behind the ms prefix in IE9, and this does not work: TweenLite.to(testDiv, 2, {"-ms-transform": "matrix(1, 0, 0, 1, 200, 200)"}); Is this a bug, or is it intentional? Best, Thomas