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I was browsing on So when I noticed something odd. The "featured" tab that contains all the questions with bountys on them displayed its counter at 0. I tried reloading the page to check if it was just a caching error, but the problem recurred. When I then clicked on the "Questions" tab, the features bar loaded properly.

I tried closing my browser and going back to So and the problem happened again. Its relatively minor bug, but I thought it was worth noting. I've included photos of both the broken counter and working counter.

Not-Working:

Bugged Featured

Working:

Working Featured

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Norepro, sorry. – Emrakul Nov 9 '13 at 4:09
    
So then it must be a local problem? I was able to reproduce it every time I went back to So. – Wold Nov 9 '13 at 4:10
    
Maybe try clearing your cache? – Emrakul Nov 9 '13 at 4:11
    
Seemed to be a cache problem, but why would it happen in the first place? – Wold Nov 9 '13 at 4:15
    
Perhaps it was using the last updated number, but fetching that number failed. Iunno, though. I'm not an official source of info for such things. – Emrakul Nov 9 '13 at 4:48
    
@Emrakul, well thanks for the input, I appreciate it. It really is a minor bug and the problem seemed to be momentary, but thought I'd mention it. – Wold Nov 9 '13 at 7:13
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I've seen this happen a number of times. Right now, Japanese Language.SE is oscillating between 0 and 1, although the sole bounty is now roughly a day old. (It shows as "0 featured" most of the time, but I see "1 featured" sometimes. This inconsistency may be why the bug is incorrectly marked as "norepro".) – snailboat Jan 2 '14 at 21:16

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