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I noticed SO, SF, SU, and here have a bit wider of a width for their fixed-width layout. Is it just me or did you just change this and why?

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I think I saw a pixel move on the logo! OMG OMG OMG! – GEOCHET Aug 12 '09 at 23:12
Really? Really? – TheTXI Aug 12 '09 at 23:12
How recent was this change? Nothing seems different for me over the last few hours – Ian Elliott Aug 12 '09 at 23:33
After 2pm Eastern. That's the last time I recall seeing a div.article-summary width of 650px. – Sampson Aug 13 '09 at 1:28
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Looks like 80px maybe. That's based on the .article-summary div's on the front page. Used to be 650px, If I remember correctly, and are now 730px. Now at 960px total for the container - a move toward the 960 grid system? :)

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