No Support for text-shadow?

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  • #47388

    swein
    Member

    I notice that custom CSS strips out the “text-shadow” declaration. Is this intentional? An oversight? Is there any way around it?

    #47493

    timethief
    Member

    @swein
    I believe that this is a css customization forum question so I will contact sunburntkamel to ask him to help you.

    #47494

    best bet is to send in feedback. we can’t help with features that have been disabled.

    i’d test it out to make sure you’re right, but it seems that the property only works on safari, so i’m not sure what the point is.

    #47504

    swein
    Member

    Well, Safari or not, it is a valid CSS2/3 declaration, so I don’t see why it would be selectively disabled.

    #47509

    drmike
    Member

    I’ll see if we can get a staff member to weigh in here. It may be an oversight.

    #47515

    drmike
    Member

    TT, all you need to do is add the modlook tag. :)

    #47516

    timethief
    Member

    @drmike gottcha – modtag but *do not send feedback* when drmike is online

    #47543

    swein
    Member

    Glad this is getting attention (I wonder if other declarations are at issue)..is there a verdict?

    #47544

    mark
    Staff

    I’ll get some information.

    #47548

    drmike
    Member

    TT, spammers just need the modlook tag. Staff or I check that tag regularly.

    #47557

    timethief
    Member

    gottcha – modtag but *do not send feedback*

    #47607

    andy
    Member

    Give it another try. I’ve just added text-shadow to the allowed properties.

    #47688

    swein
    Member

    Thanks works fine now!
    Is there a definitive list of what properties work or are not implemented?

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