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Shubham Singh

02/05/2023, 2:55 PM
Hi everyone Is there a code example that shows how to change
WebkitAppearance
inside the
sx
block in MUI components in Kotlin/JS? I'm able to use
backdropFilter = brightness(0.5)
but that only works on desktop browsers and not on mobile browsers, and it looks like for mobile/webkit devices, we might need to use
-webkit-backdrop-filter
and then give it the same effect we used before. Inside
sx {}
, I'm only able to find something called
WebkitAppearance
that I'm not sure how to use to achieve the desired effect.
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turansky

02/05/2023, 5:26 PM
Is there a code example that shows how to change
WebkitAppearance
inside the
sx
block in MUI components in Kotlin/JS?
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sx {
    WebkitAppearance = none
}
?
we might need to use
-webkit-backdrop-filter
and then give it the same effect we used before
You can declare custom local extension, like this:
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package csstype

var Properties.strokeDasharray: Length?
    get() = asDynamic().strokeDasharray
    set(value) {
        asDynamic().strokeDasharray = value
    }
and report issue in parallel.
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Shubham Singh

02/06/2023, 4:11 AM
Thank you very much @turansky Sorry I wasn't able to report the issue on GitHub yesterday.. would you still like it if I did it?
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