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I just spent the last hour looking for a solution to a question I had, and after a bunch of browsing I found this question. The question has an accepted answer which works from what I've tested, but four years later, there may be a better answer.

The answer abuses the css directional property, so I'd rather find a better way (if there is a better way), but I'm not sure posting the same question is the best way to accomplish this.

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The best way i know is to offer a bounty on the existing question and include the reason the already posted answers do not suit you and what you what.

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    Indeed, this is the way to do it. One of the reasons one can use when placing a bounty is "Current answers are outdated The current answer(s) are out-of-date and require revision given recent changes." – ale Sep 20 '13 at 16:05
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    This has a sort of inequity, though, since brand-new users can't place bounties (as they don't have any rep yet). So someone who comes to the site needing updated information on the topic is just out of luck? – Nate Eldredge Jan 17 '18 at 15:21

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