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[SOLVED] Yellow background highlight of an added/edited comment stays forever

最后编辑于 March 2015 Greasy Fork 反馈 Chrome

When I submit a new comment or edit an existing one, its background becomes yellow and it won't go away unless I reload the page. If this is intended, the highlight should go away after a few seconds, probably using a css transition so that it'll look good (stackoverflow uses something like this when you open an answer link - just make sure the sstatic domain isn't blocked otherwise the effect won't work).

.ItemComment.Mine {
  -webkit-transition: background-color 5s;
  -moz-transition: background-color 5s;
  transition: background-color 5s;
}
var comment = ........;
comment.style.setProperty('background-color', 'transparent');

Alternatively the transition rules may be injected right into the element's css.

评论

  • It's not intended in that I didn't make it do that - that's what Vanilla's doing out of the box. Can't say I even noticed it, so I guess it doesn't bother me.
  • Nope, didn't see it happen when I posted that.
  • 最后编辑于 March 2015 Chrome

    Vanilla, indeed.

    Only appears when you edit an existing post.

    Happened here because my GF userstyle didn't account for the dynamic background-color change.

    The problem is solved.

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