Open Bug 1454823 Opened 2 years ago Updated 10 months ago
Make it clear what being INTERNAL means for a CSS property
There is a CSS property flag CSS_PROPERTY_INTERNAL, which we currently apply to all properties which are never exposed to content (i.e. not pref-controlled and have enabled_in restriction) plus two other properties: -moz-context-properties and -moz-control-character-visibility. This flag is currently used to avoid a property from being accessible via CSSOM, but this is not really what the word "internal" means. We probably should audit the usage of this flag, and either rename it or remove it.
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