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[Bug 9846] Lighter is here, but what about darker which is supported by most browsers?

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--- Comment #6 from Philip Taylor <excors@gmail.com>  2010-06-11 16:37:05 ---
I guess the question is whether they've kept support because they need to
maintain compatibility with content (though presumably the content's
compatibility requirements aren't too strict given that the browsers all handle
it differently today), in which case the spec should spec it, or whether it's
because they don't care about it and it's a very low priority to spend any
effort on, in which case it will be easier to achieve interoperability by
having them remove the feature than by having them spend much more effort
implementing a specific behaviour for it.

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