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I am using a Firefox nightly build and I am not able see all questions correctly. Some rows are displaying in yellow and some are in white. When I try to answer, the editor is not displaying correctly; all the editor controls are collapsed. The site works well on IE.

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closed as too localized by animuson, Martijn Pieters, yoozer8, Bo Persson, Ben Brocka Nov 20 '12 at 19:26

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The broken editor is probably due to Firefox nightly being unsupported, and some incompatibility there. The fact that you're reporting a bug from a nightly build here is probably why you're being downvoted. – Kevin Vermeer Oct 3 '11 at 12:42
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This is not an error. Questions with your favorite tags will have a yellow background.

I think there's even some automatic detection of your most active tags and those get auto-favorited (don't quote me on that).

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There is automatic detection, you can quote me on that. Lemme go get a reference on how it works.. – Kevin Vermeer Oct 3 '11 at 12:40
OK, they're called "Frequented tags" and are used only if you've not set any Favorite tags. You can opt out by setting an unused favorite tag like sdfcy8rt972d. – Kevin Vermeer Oct 3 '11 at 12:57
There is more confusion here, here, here, here and here. Feel free to incorporate any of this in your answer. – Kevin Vermeer Oct 3 '11 at 13:01

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