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Topic # 150440 22-Jul-2014 23:58
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I was in a gaming forum, and they have a [spoil] [/spoil] tag feature. Anything you put between the tags is blanked out until you hover over it for 2+ seconds, then it appears. Invisible otherwise. Would be cool to have this here for the odd discussion.

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  Reply # 1093976 23-Jul-2014 00:08
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spoiler tags arent typical on most forums you visit?




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  Reply # 1093986 23-Jul-2014 00:51
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[spoiler] is a pretty common BBcode.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1094006 23-Jul-2014 08:37
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I didn't even realise some forums don't support spoiler tags... just assumed it was standard.




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  Reply # 1094011 23-Jul-2014 08:51
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Inphinity: I didn't even realise some forums don't support spoiler tags... just assumed it was standard.


[spoil] [/spoil] ! 

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  Reply # 1094012 23-Jul-2014 08:55
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Could be a good idea on here [spoiler]lets hope it happens[/spoiler]



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  Reply # 1094295 23-Jul-2014 16:03
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Well I am subscribed (actively) to about 30 of them, and have never seen it until today, which isn't to say they haven't existed, but I've never seen them mentioned nor used. 

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  Reply # 1094304 23-Jul-2014 16:13
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Funny you should mention this because I was looking for this feature on here today. In the end I gave up and just posted my spoiler! ;)

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  Reply # 1094321 23-Jul-2014 16:30
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I remember the old days of ROT13 on usenet... #oldman #youkidsgetoffmylawn

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