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When trying to see the upvotes and downvotes details of a post (not just the sum of them) I noticed that a horrible 0loading... text appears for less than a second and is then replaced by the actual votes. I managed to take a screenshot.

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Even the text of the question is pushed to the right. I could also reproduce this behaviour by clearing the cache of the browser, refreshing the page and finally trying to see the detail again.

NOTE: I'm using FireFox 11.0

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Why is the bottom of your image garbled? Have you tried to run the browser in safe mode? – Tom Wijsman Apr 9 '12 at 19:03
this also happened to me for a second. It is not that annoying but it would be good to have fixed – ajax333221 Apr 9 '12 at 19:23
@TomWijsman Noticed that. Must be some repainting issue with FF. Anyway, it shouldn't be related to the question itself – Mosty Mostacho Apr 9 '12 at 21:58

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