Re: Proposed ::last-line and ::last-letter selectors

So you want me to think all uses designers which I don't even know
will give them?? Please remember hackers, they always find ways I just
can't imagine.

Simmetry is a the basis of a logical way of working. This is not a
crazy thing!, is to select the last (character|line) for the love of

If one can do something in a given way, it must be possible to do it
the opposite way.

Anyway, I suppouse I should start a poll or something...

On 8/15/06, Lachlan Hunt <> wrote:
> Andrés wrote:
> > I don't understand you. Nobody is forced to implement *all* selectors.
> > Is this a "hey, I support all selectors, use my UA!" thing??
> >
> > Why is "why" so important?
> Because, why should implementers waste their time implementing a feature
> that nobody has any real uses for, when they could better spend that
> time implementing and fixing bugs in useful features.  Therefore, if
> no-one has any use for it, implementers won't bother and it will have no
> chance of getting in a spec past working draft.
> > Designers should be able to do it, they'll always find uses.
> > They are tools to be used by designers creativity.
> If you think designers will find a use for this, or if you already have
> one, prove it.  Please present some kind of visual design that someone
> either would use or, even better, is using that is difficult to
> implement using existing selectors.
> --
> Lachlan Hunt

Andrés Delfino

Received on Tuesday, 15 August 2006 13:23:10 UTC