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I've upgraded to PS-138.2071 and same issue with text-decoration. Also warning on -webkit- and -moz-

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Do you mean W3C error "no-underline is not a color value"?
W3C Validator Inspection is based on external tool provided by W3C (online version available at http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/#validate_by_input), so we can do nothing to fix such warnings.
You can only disable this inspection if you don't like these errors  being displayed: hit Alt+Enter and choose 'Disable W3C CSS validation'

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Thanks for the response, how would I indicate no underline for an A tag in CSS3? If I use 'text-decoration-line: no-unerline' I get the same warning. The code completion shows no-underline as a valid option see attached.

The default for text-decoration is color?

Regards,
Rich



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Thanks for the response, how would I indicate no underline for an A tag in CSS3? If I 'text-decoration-line: no-unerline' I get the same warning. The code completion shows no-underline as a valid option:



So the default for text-decoration is color?

Regards,
Rich

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I've found the proper value for  text-decoration, it should be none. I sill feel there may be an issue with auto code completion showing the incorrect options for  text-decoration.

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