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Fix Unclosed Oxygen Pro Menu in Safari [CSS Snippet]

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If you're struggling with the unclosed broken Oxygen Builder pro menu on the Apple Safari Browser then this CSS Code Snippet would help you fix that issue.

/* CSS Snippet to fix unclosed Oxygen Pro Menu in Safari */

:not(.aos-animate)[data-aos="flip-down"] {
    transform: perspective(2500px) rotateX(90deg);
}

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