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I noticed in Review that the progress line graph has a color and a line that don't match up, and then when you get the mouseover, neither lines up with the color on that progress bar:

Bad Line Graph

Can we get an exact explanation of what this is telling us?

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That looks like it lines up pretty well, compared with the grey line… –  U2744 SNOWFLAKE Feb 27 '13 at 0:35
    
I think the 2nd line graph looks right, the first one makes no sense. –  Lance Roberts Feb 27 '13 at 0:35
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The bar on the first line indicates the 250 mark. Isn't it? –  user213400 Feb 27 '13 at 0:36
    
I suppose that could be, write up a good answer on that. –  Lance Roberts Feb 27 '13 at 0:37

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In the top graph the first line shows how close you are to 250 for your reviewer badge. The full bar shows how close you are to 1000 for the Steward badge.

The bottom graph shows how close you are to the next badge, which is 250 for reviewer.

Workign towards Reviewer

Once you have your Reviewer badge the line will still be there on the top graph.

Working towards Steward

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Bar on the first line indicates the next milestone in review specific badges:

The line on the stats bar indicates the next milestone that a user could achieve in earning a review specific badge.

Below screenshot taken from my stats indicates that if I review 250 posts, I can achieve Reviewer badge and I have currently completed 22 out of the required 250 reviews. Bar indicates that 250 mark.

Hovering mouse over the stats indicates the details on how much I have achieved with respect to the milestone.

Milestone indicator

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I want to give you a +1, but the arrow isn't freehand, so I don't know if I can do it. –  Servy Feb 27 '13 at 1:28

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