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When we had the old and boring button styles, voting for someone in an election would put a border around the vote used.

That doesn't happen anymore with the hawt new button style.

I know the candidates I voted for are listed in the right sidebar, but even with that and even though we show a notification when the vote is cast, it's pretty weird not to have the button respond in any way. At first I wasn't even sure my first vote got registered.

Can we have the border back?

P.S. The "2nd choice" button is slightly wider than the other two. *twitch*

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I noticed the 2nd choice button independently; at least I get to use the image somewhere. fixitfixitfixitfixit – Ben Brocka Mar 9 '13 at 0:08
I agree: "It still bothers me that the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choice buttons are all different widths..." (source) – animuson Mar 9 '13 at 1:34
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Apparently this got fixed at some point:

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