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My badges: Page One shows no pagination, but Page Two does actually exist.

Grace Note's accepts (just as a random example): Page Two shows pagination for prev [1] [2], but surely there is a Page Three as well.

So: there is no paging button to the last page—if there are only two pages, the system thinks there's only one page and drops the paginator completely. This off-by-one (off-by-thirty?) bug is evident across all user activity tabs (including all).

Page 3 showing pagination for page 1 and 2 only

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Oh, it does happen on Jeff's page: At the moment of writing this comment, you can't page through to the last 21 of his badges. I've just posted this myself, probably a duplicate: Problem with paging through recent activity. – Hendrik Vogt Apr 3 '11 at 15:27
    
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@Arjan: This one has a somewhat different stench; the last page is missing no matter how many entries it has. – Hendrik Vogt Apr 16 '11 at 10:22
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@HendrikVogt not quite - prior to the fix, if you had an exact multiple of the page-size it would be right. Which gives away the exact nature of the bug ;p – Marc Gravell Apr 22 '11 at 9:10
    
@Marc: Oh my, you're more finnicky than I am, an I'm a mathematician :-) But you're right of course, and this was what I meant to write. Thanks a lot indeed for the bug fix! – Hendrik Vogt Apr 22 '11 at 18:08
    
@Hendrik I confess that maths was my route too. But I rarely use much of it now (except logic/reasoning, on a good day) – Marc Gravell Apr 22 '11 at 18:29
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An off-by-one; fixed in next deploy.

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