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[Bug 13169] Why aren't placeholders available on Date/Time fields? It seems to me they should.

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--- Comment #1 from sandstrom <b7083122@klzlk.com> 2011-07-07 07:18:07 UTC ---
This report wasn't that specific. Sent it through the comment form on the
website and didn't realize it would end up as a bug report.

Anyway, my point is that placeholders are missing from date/time type fields.
In their current incarnation in most browsers these fields look the same as
textfields. Thus, it would be useful to allow placeholders on them, just like
other text fields.

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