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I've taken the following picture to demonstrate:

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This is Chrome 28 in Ubuntu 13.04.

As you can see by the magnificent freehand circle, the should, which is wrapped in <i> tags (Really? Why not <em>? Seriously, I expected more). is offset from the rest of the line.

It's not present when the question is finally closed. As seen in the following example, on hold question: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/17537801/process-of-making-twitter-bot-based-on-twitter-account

  • I noticed this also, thought it might've been deliberate because they're emphasising so much there, that it's hard to figure out what is actually being emphasised. – James Jul 9 '13 at 15:39
  • @TimStone: Right. Didn't notice that. Voted to close. – Madara's Ghost Jul 9 '13 at 15:50

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