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I was viewing the "answers" tab in my profile and clicked on one of the links. I clicked the back button on my browser (Chrome 15.0.874.121) and saw this:

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I was suspicious, because these were not the same answers I saw just minutes ago before clicking one of the links. Refreshing the page brought it back to normal:

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Obviously it was still organized by votes. A few answers were missing, and some answers were showing lower upvote counts. I'll try to reproduce the bug by replicating the conditions in which it occurred.

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It might have been a good idea to figure out how to reproduce it first than to just post that you saw something different. It could have been something you did. –  Jeff Mercado Dec 14 '11 at 1:45
@Jeff: All I did was click one of the answers, read it, then click back to find the bug. I don't think it's something I did (unless you count my natural actions). –  Purag Dec 14 '11 at 1:49
I have experienced this as well (I am also using Chrome) - after clearing my browser cache it was ok. I don't know why the computer didn't try to get the latest version though; but I don't know anything about this stuff, maybe there is a good reason for it. –  Zev Chonoles Dec 14 '11 at 2:08
I cannot reproduce this on Google Chrome 16.0.912.63 for Max OS X. –  kiamlaluno Dec 14 '11 at 4:04
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