A couple of versions ago, WebKit implemented their own vendor-specific property for the CSS3 appearance. It is called -khtml-appearance.
According to the specifications of the World Wide Web Consortium:
“CSS appearance sets 'appearance' to the specified value and the other properties to their appropriate system value. 'normal' resets 'appearance' to 'normal' and the others to 'inherit'. The 'appearance' property does not affect the specified or computed values of any other properties.”
A little bit of vague explanation, however it is not the point of my blog post. Using this WebKit feature in RadFormDecorator was crucial, and let us drop the listening to the poorly...