I'm having problems with rounded corners in Safari on the iOS. It shows up just fine on the Android and my computer. Anybody else have this problem?
Forgot to mention that I've also tried using "-webkit-border-radius" in the .coffee file.
Are you using the Framer borderRadius property or a CSS border property?
Should have posted more about what I wanted to do. I wanted to make an image (or multiple images) scrollable within a circle. When I turn scroll off, the images are clipped correctly.
I think the reason for that is that Framer uses "overflow: hidden" for clipping and "overflow: scroll" for scrolling, so it's not possible to have both
Hey Joey, have you tried setting "force2d = true" on the subLayers (clipped layers)? The border-radius masking bug is a WebKit issue, but this can fix it.
Benjamin force2d works on desktop, but not on mobile Safari for some reason: http://share.framerjs.com/xd14vgtl2sur/
Andy, ah yes, I see. A possible alternative would be to use an image mask: http://share.framerjs.com/s0baht7k2owd/