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Using Chrome, Windows XP:

Go to StackOverflow.com, click a question to view it, click back button to go back to StackOverflow.com.

My irrelevant questions are grayed out, but they are not removed.

UPDATE: I just reproduced it by clicking on my own question, voting for it (getting the message that said I couldn't), then clicking back.

FOUND IT: Close all your open tabs/windows of StackOverflow.com. Open a new tab, go to StackOverflow.com, click a question, click back, and there it is. It even does it when I am on StackOverflow.com, go back to my speed-dial page, click on StackOverflow, click question, click back.

It seems once you have been on the site a while, this no longer happens, but when you initially hit the site, this occurs (for me) 100% of the time.

Screenshot

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I can't reproduce it either. – jjnguy Aug 18 '10 at 13:53
    
Which version of Chrome are you using? – Grace Note Aug 19 '10 at 16:41
    
5.0.375.126 ... says it is up to date – Martin Aug 19 '10 at 17:05
    
so did you guys fix this? or did Chrome change something? It seems to be working now. – Martin Sep 30 '10 at 17:18

We can't reproduce this.

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I just had it happen again twice this morning. I can get a screenshot of it ... anything else I can send to help? – Martin Aug 18 '10 at 13:48

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