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some property CSS in editor not there?

Hendra Kurniawan
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I'm using Eclipse to make a style sheet file. but some properties like border radius does not appear. Anybody know how to solve this? thanks
Peter Johnson
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Where is it that you expect these properties to appear? In some dialog somewhere?


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Hendra Kurniawan
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the screenshot:


Any help? thanks
Peter Johnson
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The border-radius property is for CSS3. Eclipse doesn't support CSS3 out of the box. I didn't see anything in marketplace for a CSS3 editor either.

Of course, if you are really using CSS3, you can always just type in the text (and ignore any warnings that Eclipse might give).
 
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