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No, we should not encourage the use of spoiler markup (the type described in Gallifreyan's answer) because spoiler markup is inaccessible to keyboard users. This includes both blind users (who obviously don't use a mouse because they can't see the mouse pointer) and motor-impaired users who can't use a mouse or similar pointing device (a group that is larger ...


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Assuming I understand you correctly, you're referring to the following feature, where the text is initially hidden and one needs to hover over/click on it to reveal it: This is achieved by starting a line with >!, not dissimilar to how a blockquote is generated. Regarding the use of spoilers, we've discussed this before: Should we assume that questions ...


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