Re: Shadow DOM: Hat and Cat -- if that's your real name.

>> 3. …therefore, let us allow ^^ to select anything in the shadow tree.
>> I do not think we have established 3.

If some use case is what you are looking for, here are are few. Firstly if 
you want to build a polyfill for an HTML element and use some CSS, you want 
to select every instance of that element without knowing if that element is 
or isn't in a shadow tree. The same thing may also be true for 
application-wide customizations like "input[type=button] { ... }" that you 
may want to transform into "input[type=button], * ^^ input[type=button] { 
... }" if some components use buttons (consider things like 

Received on Tuesday, 4 February 2014 22:04:08 UTC