Thanks @Jens for your feedback.--
It's true, also thought about just removing these @if's such that I only use the "correct" browser css rule. It's simple getting a bit too much, the advantage isn't that big, and it's not improving maintainability. So reasons enough to keep it "simple" like you explained.
Thanks for the exception feedback and noticing the error. Adding the required prefixLess css rules even results in less benefit :(
Have a nice weekend, Ed
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