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Submitted By: Martin Raspe (hertzhaft)
>Assigned to: Dale Anson (daleanson)
Summary: Sidekick - CSS parser error for Mozilla properties
The Sidekick CSS parser finds an error with properties
the begin with a hyphen as "-moz-user-select" and the
like. While these are certainly proprietary, they are
The error message is: Encountered "-" at line 222,
column 5. Was expecting one of <S> ... "}" ... ";" ...
The css validator at http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/ doesn't like these either. The parsing rules could be
changed to allow these proprietary tags, but I'm wondering
if it should be. Perhaps an option to allow such tags might
be a good compromise?