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User profile page has two numbers - number of times user up-voted and number of times user down-voted. Each of these two numbers is decorated with up/down arrows. Down arrow for up-votes number has this html code: <span class="vote-down-off" style="cBursor:default"></span>. This cBursor leads to a hand cursor when hovering this arrow while there is no way to manipulate it anyhow. Is it a typo?

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Nice catch... :) – David Thomas Mar 15 '11 at 23:16
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This cBursor leads to a hand cursor — more precisely: the typo fails to override/undo .vote-down-off, [...] {cursor: pointer;} as defined in all.css. Nice find indeed. – Arjan Mar 16 '11 at 0:08
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fixed in dev, to be deployed later, good catch.

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There's this similar issue, if you're feeling bored one day. :P – Tim Stone Apr 24 '11 at 13:24

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