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I noticed that using a bunch of tags within a question or answer screws up the appearance of the text since the lines get higher. See this question for example: How about a finer-grained favorite question/tag system?. Here's a screenshot:

tags in text - now

Is this the intentional behavior? Because I think removing the line-height: 2.4; property of the .post-tag CSS class leads to a much more pleasant text image:

tags in text - proposed

(You can easily try that out yourself if you have Firebug or something similar.)

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The problem with removing it is that this can happen. – Tim Stone Sep 19 '12 at 6:03
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So would it be an option to shrink the height of the tags a little bit? – rolve Sep 19 '12 at 6:07

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