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9:36 AM
@soupless I recall that somebody mentioned to me that spoilers are a bit more difficult to user for users who read the posts on mobile devices. Perhaps somebody can tell whether the situation is better now. — Martin Sleziak 16 hours ago
@MartinSleziak: I use Samsung Internet, Chrome, Firefox, and spoilers are fine to me. I still have no idea about the others. — soupless 1 hour ago
This is the comment I got (long time ago) on the main site:
Not to be too much of a whiner, but that "Spoiler" trick is annoying when the point of asking a question here is to get an answer. It's not like accidentally glancing at your text is going to reveal the answer, so if I want to avoid reading it, I avoid reading it. In addition, there is no way to show your text on displays that do not have "mouse-over" - it stays blank on my iPad no matter what I do, for example. There might be fora and questions where it is appropriate, but this doesn't sem to be one of them. — Thomas Andrews Nov 18 '11 at 15:51
Sorry @Thomas, I've removed it. — Martin Sleziak Nov 18 '11 at 16:01
The comment was from 2011, may things might have changes since then.
@soupless I have copied the comment I got about this (long time ago) here in chat: chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/19138/2021/2/28 I cannot really check it myself, since I do not own any mobile device where I could access internet. (I could display the mobile site on my desktop - but I suppose the experience is still different.) — Martin Sleziak 29 secs ago
 
10:15 AM
@MartinSleziak: at least I have no difficulty with spoilers on Firefox, Android. — Paramanand Singh 4 hours ago
 

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