once again encouraging otherkin to use css rules for inclusivity

for recaptcha:

-anchor-label {
font-size: 0 !important;
line-height: 0 !important;
}

-anchor-label::before {
content: "I'm a robot";
font-size: 14px;
}

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hcap:

body > div#anchor > div.label-container > label-td > label-tc > div#label {
font-size: 0 !important;
line-height: 0 !important;
}

body > div#anchor > div.label-container > label-td > label-tc > div#label::before {
content: "I'm a robot";
font-size: 14px;
}

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hcaptcha was worse because they don't uniquely name their divs or have any discernible unique attribute labels so instead i'm relying on the hierarchy being always the same and granular enough to avoid false positives

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anyway you should be able to just put all those rules in the above tweets into a style file such as userContent.css or using any styling plugin of your choice

you can change "i'm a robot" to say anything you want

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@mavica_again Thank you for publishing this! While I don't face this particular struggle, I always appreciate seeing others enabled, when it comes to having a more manageable online experience in particular.
-Side note, getting to witness the design choices on your website absolutely made my day.

@mavica_again Always thought it would be better for CAPTCHAs to say "I am a user" or "I am not a spam bot".
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