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voxpoplar wrote

honestly yeah it would make sense to just have that as part of the standard


nitori wrote

Many browser developer tools allow viewing a page’s media; for example, the Network Inspector allows rendering the body of an individual request. A request for an image inside a spoiler should not unnecessarily bypass this. Browsers with such features shouldn’t ship spoiler support until a developer-tools toggle for “show spoiler contents” is ready. Should this also apply to spoiler text?

I think if a user is going to inspect element a webpage, they kinda have already waived their right to not get so surprised by secrets. This just seems like more unnecessary complexity for browsers for little gain.