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Docs: add background-origin to list of unsupported bg properties

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@@ -130,7 +130,7 @@ <h2 id="border-image">border-image</h2>
<li>Related to #3, if the element's <code>border-style</code> is 'none' it will treat that as
<code>border-width:0</code>.</li>
<li>It requires the 'fill' keyword to be present for the center area to be filled in. This is correct
- behavior according to the spec but other browsers don't require it and some even fail if 'fill' is
+ behavior according to the spec but other browsers don't require it and some even fail if 'fill' is
present, so it's a bit tricky making it work consistently across browsers.</li>
<li>It doesn't hide the element's normal border when border-image is specified. In conjunction with #4
above, this means you have to set the border-style to 'solid' (or something other than 'none')
@@ -177,6 +177,7 @@ <h2 id="pie-background">CSS3 Backgrounds (-pie-background)</h2>
<li>background-size (will always use the image's intrinsic size)</li>
<li>background-repeat values of 'space' or 'round' (the other repeat
values are supported)</li>
+ <li>background-origin (will always use 'padding-box')</li>
<li>background-position values with more than 2 parts</li>
</ul>

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