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Firefox hover state

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Hi, normaly I used the @media (hover: none) and (pointer: coarse) to remove time animation on mobile, so that when we click, the hover state appears instantly. But recently I noticed this happens on Firefox "desktop". On other browsers the animation is still smooth. Is it something that is gonna come back as before or I should change my query, or find a workaround? Thanks.

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On this site : https://hover-pointer-media-query.glitch.me/ we see Firefox has @media(hover:none) which is not the outpu I think we should expect.

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nbilodeau said

Hi, normaly I used the @media (hover: none) and (pointer: coarse) to remove time animation on mobile, so that when we click, the hover state appears instantly. But recently I noticed this happens on Firefox "desktop". On other browsers the animation is still smooth. Is it something that is gonna come back as before or I should change my query, or find a workaround? On this site : https://hover-pointer-media-query.glitch.me/ we see Firefox has @media(hover:none) which I think is not the ouput we should expect.

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