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Algorithm for hours occupied in day by tasks

It was asked yesterday, edited just now, which caused it to be bumped to the top of the list. enter image description here

Usually when something is bumped there is an "Active: Today" link that I can click on to see what the latest change causing the bump was, but it doesn't appear for this question.

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Is this by-design or is it a bug?

If it's by design, what other events bump but don't cause the "Active: Today" to show?

See below for an example of there an edit to the question with the Active Today linked to it (hovering over the link confirms it):

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It looks fine now. – hims056 Apr 19 '13 at 9:06
That's because someone posted an answer, which also bumped it. The today link is linking to that (as it now should). – George Duckett Apr 19 '13 at 9:12
Hmm correct. I just edited this question today (which was posted yesterday) it came in active tab too. But it is not showing active today. – hims056 Apr 19 '13 at 11:26

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