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would be cool to detect user-select CSS3 property #250

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tianon opened this Issue Apr 28, 2011 · 2 comments

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tianon commented Apr 28, 2011

The user-select CSS property is great for disabling text selection on elements. Currently, it is mostly implemented by renderer-specific tags like '-webkit-user-select', '-moz-user-select', and '-khtml-user-select', with 'user-select' itself being ignored. It'd be nice to have support for detecting this in Modernizr (at least, at some point -- possibly when the majority of browsers finally recognize 'user-select' directly, although I'm not familiar enough with general Modernizr policy on the issue of browser-specific CSS).

Right now, I just use draganddrop for this purpose, because I figure that's a pretty good prereq for "proper" draganddrop, so it's good enough for me.

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ryanseddon commented Apr 29, 2011

You could always add your own test

Modernizr.addTest("userselect",function(){
    return Modernizr.testAllProps("user-select");
});
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tianon commented Apr 29, 2011

Well that's pretty awesome. I didn't even realize Modernizr supported that. Guess I should look into the documentation further, thanks!

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