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I've recently switched from Firefox to Opera, and I've noticed that certain elements, for example, .bounty-award, do not have rounded corners anymore. Delving into the CSS reveals that only -webkit-border-radius and -moz-border-radius are defined, but border-radius is not.

border-radius, as the official CSS3 property, should be defined as well, seeing as it is supported in recent versions of Chrome and Opera, in addition to being the only border-radius variant supported in IE9.

Adding a proper border-radius: 3px rule via Dragonfly (like Firebug for Opera) solves this problem.

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This is more of a bug than a feature request, IMO. – Brant Oct 26 '10 at 16:26
@Brant - I wasn't sure what to file it as. – MiffTheFox Oct 26 '10 at 21:53
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Most of Jin's new designs go for the trifecta and bet on all 3.

border-radius as the official property is a recent development which postdates the Stack Overflow stylesheet.

I went ahead and added it in to the SO and Meta stylesheets. Should be deployed today.

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