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[Bug 14502] Why do we want to taint on style set and not on style use?

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--- Comment #7 from Ian 'Hixie' Hickson <ian@hixie.ch> 2011-10-28 20:06:36 UTC ---
Hm, good point. I wonder if we should change that. I guess we should, for
consistency, though I suppose it makes the API more of a pain to use if you're
also using document.domain...

I'm going to make the change (diff below) but if there's feedback to the
contrary then I'll change it back. I haven't tested browsers on this; it makes
the spec more like Gecko on this issue according to what you (bz) have said
above.

In the meantime I would really like to get feedback from Microsoft or Opera
about what they would prefer here.

In the absence of any further feedback, I guess I'll leave the spec as is,
since that seems to be what is most widely implemented (everyone I tested but
Gecko does it the way the spec says, according to one of the tests above that I
used to quickly probe this).

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