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While ignored users' avatars no longer stack, they still knock the second row down so there's a gap:

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It doesn't seem to be tied to being at the end of the row as the previous post mentions, but whatever row it's in it adds that gap (on Chrome 17.0.963.56 m at least).

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I've noticed this too, but was too lazy to post about it. +1, and nice avatar. –  Pops Feb 24 '12 at 22:47

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I think this can easily fixed by changing the following CSS:

#present-users > .present-user, #present-users .more

contains: height: 32px;. When this line is removed the issue is fixed. Tested in: IE8, IE9, FF13, Chrome20, Chrome22, Safar5 and Opera12.

Since the images (avatars) in it will always be 32x32 the li will always be the correct size.

Although the CSS selector also targets #present-users .more which needs the fixed height it can safely (AFAIK) be removed, because there is another selector targeting that:

#present-users .more {
    height: 32px;
    width: 32px;
    vertical-align: bottom;
    background-image: url(../img/moreusers.png);

P.S. I've also looked at IE7, but that's screwed up either way so I didn't test this fix in it. :-)

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