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I noticed that every time I click on "add comment", both my own comment and the comments above get expanded horizontally a bit, so they move partly under the text on the right. Refreshing the page clears the problem, and all comments are displayed correctly again, including my own comment.

I use Firefox on Windows Vista.

EDIT :

I only experience the problem at home, not at work apparently. At home it's Windows Vista. I'll take a screenshot tonight.

EDIT : screenshot : alt text

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Screenshot? I run that setup at work and I haven't noticed anything abnormal. – Jon Seigel Aug 31 '10 at 2:41
    
Screenshot added – Joris Meys Sep 7 '10 at 19:39
    
I can't reproduce this in Firefox.. – Jeff Atwood Sep 7 '10 at 19:58
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I can't reproduce this in firefox. I suspect you're using font size overrides instead of full page zoom. See:

http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/2009/01/the-two-types-of-browser-zoom.html

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Duuh! smash forehead Indeed, I use a bigger font size at home. Gonna change that, thx for the pointer. – Joris Meys Sep 8 '10 at 8:11
    
@JeffAtwood Got the same bug, but on Chrome, posted screenshot as an answer here. Could you please revisit this? – Yannis Jan 15 '12 at 9:17
    
The "Minimum font size" setting in both Opera and Chrome also trigger this behaviour. Haven't tested any other browsers. It happened to me if I set the value higher than 13. Been driving me mad for ages and finally glad to discover the source. – Burhan Ali May 5 '12 at 23:18

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