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I am trying to offer a bounty on this two-year-old question, but I get as far as the popup asking me to choose an amount of rep... and then the "Next" button is a no-op.

I have only tried with 50 and 100 selected, as I do not wish to risk accidentally actually offering any more than that if the request unexpectedly decides to go through at higher rep values.

Is my browser borked or did something happen to bounties?

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Works for me. How much do you want to offer :) – sehe Feb 18 '13 at 1:46
@sehe: All of your rep. I'll pay you back, honest! – Lightness Races in Orbit Feb 18 '13 at 1:47
What browser are you even using? – Daedalus Feb 18 '13 at 2:17
Works for me too – Doorknob Feb 18 '13 at 2:21
Firefox 18.0.2, with no notable extensions, except a bit of Greasemonkey.. hmm.. – Lightness Races in Orbit Feb 18 '13 at 3:02

Okay, this was being caused by the "SE Modifications" Greasemonkey script; no version information appears to be available for such scripts, but I'd installed it at least a year ago.

It hasn't had this effect before, so that version of the script interacts poorly with something about the code for the new dialogs.

I updated the script and everything now seems to be fine.

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Good to be reminded why I'm against fancy scripts breaking stuff unexpectedly. Good catch! :-) – Shadow Wizard Feb 18 '13 at 12:14

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