A user has edited the question
and because of the nifty way in which the "edited by" annotation was placed, I can no longer click on and open the question. See screenshot below. I can't click the question text because of the styling of the "Edited by tchrist" addition. Of couse, kudos to tchrist for being innovative in annotating edits :)
I surely can find a way around this by clicking on the question author's answer, then clicking the question their on their user page, but my questions are:
Should annotating that you edited a question/comment be allowed to affect the navigation to a question?
Should users be allowed to upvote/downvote/remove an edit to signify that I think the annotation entered affects the usability of SO and users' ability to navigate to question they may be interested in?
Should SO prevent this type of annotation when saving edits?
I tested in other browsers and here's what I get for my Win7 box: FF 4.0 - can't click on question IE 8.0 and Chrome 11.0.696.71 - can click on question (unicode text rendered as boxes with small enough line-height)