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There are probably duplicate questions.

First, count overflow in the question list.

Count overflow in the question list

Second, the login button gets cut off.

Login Button Cutoff

Third, at the bottom of the "Ask question" page the tags are cutoff.

Tags cutoff on ask question page

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Sadly, all 3 of these are duplicates. brb. – Ian Elliott Jul 30 '09 at 1:18
tag button dupe:… – random Jul 30 '09 at 1:25
The first two are font issues,… . Originally there was an image showing the same error. – Ian Elliott Jul 30 '09 at 1:31
Yet another tag duplicate, – Ian Elliott Jul 30 '09 at 1:31
Ian's "duplicate" is not in fact a duplicate. See my answer below – Jeff Atwood Jul 30 '09 at 2:22
up vote -2 down vote accepted

It also looks like you're artificially extending browser font size beyond +1.. we don't support that.

We only support -1 and +1 -- and true page level zoom in all modern/recent browsers works perfectly to any zoom level, of course.

See here: The Two Types of Browser Zoom

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Jeff, as far as I can tell I am not using font zoom. I am using Opera 9.64 on Windows XP SP3. I will however, collect a larger dataset than opera on my laptop. – Justin Dearing Jul 30 '09 at 13:25
then I bet you have DPI adjusted in the OS, which is effectively the same thing. I'd try a few different browsers, first. – Jeff Atwood Jul 30 '09 at 16:23
Seeing the same, edge cut off only on Opera at 100% but the other browsers (IE, FF and Chrome) keep the border edge. – random Aug 1 '09 at 16:02
that's a bug in opera/chrome, not us. works in Firefox.. – Jeff Atwood Aug 1 '09 at 17:24
Chrome keeps the button edges fine. Just Opera then. – random Aug 2 '09 at 1:21

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