> Comment #63505
I could really use this Instant Answer now, as there has recently been released a trailer for a movie I'm looking forward to! :D
BTW, we could actually use a way to hide spoilers behind some kind of interaction.
Kind of like they have on reddit. :) On desktop it's simply hover/focus (based on CSS).
I haven't used reddit on mobile, but I suppose it's on long-tap.... that's actually quite interesting!
Also, the above is, purposely, not very descriptive, as I wouldn't want to ruin it for anyone, by telling what movie it is.
I have OCD myself*, so I know that the smallest thing can ruin the day or next hour, or ... for us.
*Yes, seriously. Can't you tell? :P
I'm just trying to be funny.
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