There’s no support in IE or Opera mini at the moment. What happens if @supports is not supported? Then it just won’t execute the code inside the @supports query, which is fine.
so not supporting @support is exactly the same as supporting @support? well played.
As support is supported, other things that are unsupported will have a supported fallback. Supposedly...
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CanIUse seems to indicate that Opera Mini does support it, actually. Also, saying no IE support "at the moment" feels disingenuous to me, given that Edge has it.
Excellent stuff, didn't know about this.
Title checks out. @supports has truly changed my life. I'm reborn.