Current votes: None.
On 04/07/2011 05:55 PM, Tab Atkins Jr. wrote: > On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 6:09 AM, Lachlan Hunt<email@example.com> wrote: >> 3. We'd like to get some feedback from web developers, and agreement from >> other browser vendors, about exactly which glyphs are most appropriate to >> use for these disclosure states. We considered two alternatives, but we >> think these three glyphs are the most appropriate. >> >> U+25B8 (â¸) BLACK RIGHT-POINTING SMALL TRIANGLE >> U+25C2 (â) BLACK LEFT-POINTING SMALL TRIANGLE >> U+25BE (â¾) BLACK DOWN-POINTING SMALL TRIANGLE > > Yup, looks good. FWIW I don't think we need cross-browser agreement here. In particular I think browsers should be free to implement <details> using a platform-native disclose widget if they like. These are not all alike e.g. OSX uses something like â¸, Windows something like [+] (I think?) and Gnome (at least with the skin I have) something like â·.