The good news is that the issue is not replicated in Google Chrome Canary, which is 2 versions ahead of Google Chrome(i.e. if Google Chrome is v78, Google Chrome Canary will be equivalent to v80). That means in a few weeks the problem will be gone once Google Chrome is updated to v80.
Meanwhile, you can use one of the following approaches:
1) Migrate to the supported and new Lightweight render mode:
2) Use the following CSS style that is applied only for Google Chrome versions v78 and v79: