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I just noticed that the stats page is rendering improperly for tags that cary large enough statistics (char length). For instance, if you view the stats for R you will see two columns floated left. If you view the stats for C# the columns are a bit too wide, breaking the float-effect, and stacking the columns rather than placing them side-by-side.

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(sorry, no freehand circles)

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Too much gloss, not enough freehand circles. You haven't been that long away from Meta Sampson. – random Jan 18 '10 at 6:02
-1 for soulless image! – Ladybug Killer Jan 18 '10 at 8:24
Tearing down my reputation because I didn't include freehand circles? – Sampson Jan 18 '10 at 14:41
Whoa! Wild CSS bug - how do i get that skewed-reflection bug on my pages?? – Shog9 Jan 18 '10 at 17:53
@Jonathan Sampson: yes. – perbert Jan 18 '10 at 18:48
I'm pretty sure this is a dupe, I've seen that before. I think it had more freehand circles and less gloss. – balpha Jan 18 '10 at 18:51

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It seems to me that the display of "total score" in the stats page should be adjusted to follow suit with the way reputation is handled near a user's avatar.

Anything over 10,000 is displayed as 10K, 10.1K, etc. Also instead of displaying just the text "total score" in the title attribute on those items, show the detailed score:

<span class="top-count" style="color:#ccc" title="total score: 19,496">19.5K</span>

This would keep the columns from wrapping, but still retain the level of detail displayed before.

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+550 Simple, and consistent with the rest of the site. – Sampson Jan 22 '10 at 18:48

Solution: Change Last 30 Days and All time divs to width: 46%.

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+1 Thank you for treating the issue with some seriousness. – Sampson Jan 18 '10 at 21:00

Fixed in dev, I set the width.

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which caused this issue... meta.stackexchange.com/questions/63867/… – alexanderpas Dec 8 '10 at 3:13

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