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When I ignore a user, the avatar list looks weird.

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The blank line beneath the row with the avatar of the ignoree is quite annoying.

I use Google Chrome on OS X.

There was a question tagged but it still looks weird.

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Same with FF on WinXP and Win7. – sbi Nov 11 '12 at 2:32
Same with Chrome on Win7. – Rapptz Nov 11 '12 at 2:33
Isn't every season trolling season? – animuson Nov 11 '12 at 15:56
Confirmed, CSS rule still missing in April 2015. – Jason C Apr 11 at 2:47
@JasonC what a surprise. – Elyse Apr 11 at 9:43

1 Answer 1

The missing CSS rule is:

#present-users > .present-user.ignored {
    height: 16px;

The following userscript adds the rule to all chat rooms:

// ==UserScript==
// @name SE ignored chat user fix
// @description Add missing CSS rule to Stack Exchange chat rooms to fix display of ignored users
// @version 1.0
// @author DaveRandom
// @namespace https://github.com/DaveRandom
// @match http://chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/*
// @match http://chat.stackoverflow.com/rooms/*
// @match http://chat.meta.stackoverflow.com/rooms/*
// ==/UserScript==

(function() {

    var s = document.createElement('style');
    s.appendChild(document.createTextNode('#present-users > .present-user.ignored { height: 16px; }'));


Although obviously just adding the missing rule to the Stack Exchange stylesheets would be better :-P

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Thanks! I've incorporated you fix into a collection of small user script fixes that I'm calling the Stack Overflow Unofficial Patch. – Ilmari Karonen Jan 14 '14 at 17:46
The link http://chat.meta.stackoverflow.com/rooms/* should be changed to http://chat.meta.stackexchange.com/rooms/* due to MSO/MSE splitting, but since it's already incorporated in SOUP, I don't think it really matters... – Andrew T. Nov 29 '14 at 17:15

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