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Oops, I was testing something. Revert, revert! officer designate Club symbol Lugiatm Club symbol MUN NS CM ZM WH 17:37, 3 Jan 2006 (UTC)

Fixed :D officer designate Club symbol Lugiatm Club symbol MUN NS CM ZM WH 17:39, 3 Jan 2006 (UTC)

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Do we really need -moz-border-radius in the CSS code? I think border-radius is standard in CSS3 now, making the former redundant. Chunkles (talk) 21:29, May 22, 2015 (UTC)

It is. I do. Spıke Ѧ 23:45 22-May-15
That's interesting. I'm guessing you must have a pretty old version of Firefox then. (Still, better than IE though.) Chunkles talk ✏️ contribs 00:03, May 23, 2015 (UTC)
Yes, but your link suggests that I might not need -moz. I was running 3.5 for a long time and that may be when I got into this habit. Still, other readers might still be running older Firefoxes, and it is no major skin off our nose to give them a good show. Spıke Ѧ 00:21 23-May-15
Indeed, I no longer need the crutch, though your link suggests I will see baffling transition incompatibilities. Spıke Ѧ 00:23 23-May-15
Firefox have some odd CSS3 transition issues around the v3.4 and v3.5 mark. Some things supported by earlier versions aren't supported by later versions. The reality is it would be a small minority that would require the fail-safe back-coding, but the point of fail-safe back-coding is that it's fail-safe. Its inclusion doesn't impact on latter browsers, but its exclusion may impact earlier versions. So in short, we probably don't have a major need for it, but it's not going to hurt.                               Puppy's talk page05:26 am 23 May 2015
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