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When I visit http://stackoverflow.com/questions, I see exactly one question per page (tested over several pages), with normal paging controls. This only happens when I'm logged in.

I checked my account settings; the only thing that seems possibly relevant is my long list of ignored tags, but I do not have “hide ignored tags” turned on, and this is still arguably buglike even if that is the cause.

On the other hand, the next page loads quite snappily! :)

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I cannot reproduce this: In that page, I see 50 questions per page, as I select. Did you try changing the value (15, 30, 50) reported at the bottom of the page to the right of where the pager is shown? – kiamlaluno Jul 30 '11 at 14:23
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Are any of the "per page" buttons selected? It's apparently possible to manually (accidentally or otherwise) get a pagesize of 1, and the pagesize is remembered on a per-user basis. – Tim Stone Jul 30 '11 at 15:36
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Yes, the only way I can reproduce it (and think of a scenario when this would happen) is by selecting 15 questions per page ( stackoverflow.com/questions?sort=newest&pagesize=15 ) trying to reload, but accidentally removing the last '5'. That gives you 1 question per page and is remembered. Might that be what has happened? – Bart Jul 30 '11 at 15:57
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Choosing one of the "per page" options fixed this. Thanks to Tim Stone.

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