#1 Edited by Baillie (3953 posts) -

Hey, just a quick question to some of you duders here. I've noticed recently when people are posting spoilers on here, it makes the text white with the background of the text also white, like this:

This is a spoiler.

I can't see SHIT when I highlight it. Does no one else have this problem? I much prefer if people used the Spoiler Block button, at least then I can read what you're saying.

EDIT: Just tested this on the white skin, it works much better, but yo. Once you go black, you never go back.

#2 Posted by Video_Game_King (34594 posts) -

I can read it just fine.

#3 Posted by TyCobb (1924 posts) -

Are you possibly color blind? Can you see the highlighted text in another browser?

#4 Posted by MooseyMcMan (9737 posts) -

Seems fine to me.

The problem I have with the whiteout spoilers is that it doesn't work half the time when I try to use it.

Spoiler!

It took me a bunch of tries to get that to work right.

#5 Posted by aznjon12 (188 posts) -

These white spoilers hurt my racist eyes. Take it black or take it back.

#6 Posted by Xeiphyer (5589 posts) -

The white one is easy enough to use, the click spoilers always seem to break.

#7 Posted by Hailinel (22704 posts) -

The problem with the whited-out text is that the spoiler block doesn't appear on the mobile site.

You can read this just fine if you're using the mobile site.

#8 Posted by Little_Socrates (5649 posts) -

The spoiler text reads fine for me, but I have the same problem as @MooseyMcMan and it's one of the buttons that doesn't work very well for me.

#9 Posted by wjb (1551 posts) -

@Hailinel said:

The problem with the whited-out text is that the spoiler block doesn't appear on the mobile site.

You can read this just fine if you're using the mobile site.

The problem with the spoiler block, you mean? Sorry, I think I know what you're saying...

#10 Posted by Video_Game_King (34594 posts) -

To all the people saying the button doesn't work: for some reason, it doesn't take if you highlight to the end of a line. At least in my experience.

#11 Posted by Hunter5024 (5170 posts) -

Trying to get either one to work when I type is usually hit or miss for me, but I'm still pretty new I guess.