With the new updates applied within the past 24 hours or so I can no longer see the vote up/down buttons.
For accessibility reasons I found it necessary to replace all website specified colors with browser colors, and this also removes all background images, and in fact all images placed by any means other than IMG tags.
OK, I better explain a little more here. I have an eye problem that results in abnormal eye senstivity ranges. After as little of an hour of using white background screens I get something I call eyeburn (yes, it hurts) and would have to walk away from the computer for an hour or more for it to go away. Using black color themes gets rid of this problem.
Due to the very large number of sites designed in particular ways I found it necessary to set my browser to the accessibility mode that is ignoring web site colors. For obvious reasons this also disables background images as these often go with particular assumptions about the color of the text above them. This completely breaks most methods of CSS sprite sheets.
This link, http://artzstudio.com/2010/04/img-sprites-high-contrast/, describes a way of making sprite sheets that works with IMG tags that works in this environment.
What's it going to take to get a clear and obvious accessibility bug fixed? Any Windows user who enables high contrast accessibility is going to hit this.
It's now been almost been 1 whole year! Fix it already!