That's correct. That's the general way it is done, and the spoiler
warning isn't the issue at hand. What Muhammed was doing was writing
almost the entire message that way. He gave the standard spoiler
warning as you did, but the text below it was also written that way
making it pretty tough to read what he was saying.
On 3/16/10, Charles Rivard <woofer...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> >From the beginning, I thought we should write
> followed by our hint or solution to someone who gets stuck in games. We do
> that, or we put some other notification that a spoiler is about to be read
> by a screen reader so that those who don't want, or don't need, a spoiler
> right now can quit reading it before the hint is given away. Is this the
> right way to do it? Thanks.
> In God we trust.
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