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Apologies if it's a dupe, couldn't find it.
Starting a few days ago I'm seeing this behavior on the iPhone:

Full View Zoomed View This is the same screen normal and zoomed in for a closer view.

Since I use this to check recent comments and such to follow up on...making the today hard to click really limits the usability of the page (there's no ?time=today I'm aware of, so a plain refresh doesn't work here).

Can we get a CSS adjustment so this overlap doesn't happen? Before, though I may be crazy, it seems like the comments were wider as well, so maybe it's related to that same batch of CSS changes.


Update: It's also causing click issues, here are screenshots from chrome 6.0.472.63 (stable) and Firefox 3.6.10 respectively: Chrome


Firefox

The area that the <h2> overlaps the day buttons isn't clickable, since the clicks go to the <h2> element.

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I'm not sure if SO supports Safari on an iPhone – TheLQ Sep 30 '10 at 11:31
    
The elements have font-size: 140% applied to them, so it might have something to do with the default font-size used by Mobile Safari – Yi Jiang Sep 30 '10 at 14:47
    
Same problem here with Chrome 7.0.517.24, Safari 5.0.2 and Firefox 4.0b6. – Bertrand Marron Sep 30 '10 at 19:30
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I can repro. We're fixing this. – Jin Sep 30 '10 at 20:01
    
@Jin - Can you post an answer so I can accept/close it out? :) – Nick Craver Oct 1 '10 at 10:37
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The fix is on production now.

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Thanks! (this message brought to you by the 15 character comment limit) – Nick Craver Oct 1 '10 at 10:39

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