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My reputation graphic show the diagram below.

I think the year columns 2016-2019 are not displayed well. Is this a (small) bug?

I'm using Microsoft Edge:

Microsoft Edge 44.17763.771.0
Microsoft EdgeHTML 18.17763
(C) 2018 Microsoft

Windows version:

Windows 10 Enterprise
version 1809

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    Looks fine to me (Firefox on Android): i.imgur.com/LxH8EBM.jpg What browser are you using? What version? What operating system? – Mokubai Oct 30 at 9:52
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    Also fine in Chrome-based Android browser and Chrome on a desktop. I think this is a bug in your browser or glitch in something else. – Mokubai Oct 30 at 9:57
  • @Mokubai I'm using my work laptop now (where I cannot install other browsers), but I will try at home later. I added the version in my question. – Michel Keijzers Oct 30 at 10:03
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    I can replicate the display issue in Edge as well. Windows 10 1909. – Michael Frank Oct 30 at 10:03
  • @MichaelFrank About same here (version 1809). – Michel Keijzers Oct 30 at 10:05
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That part of the page is using the CSS property justify-content: space evenly;, which according to MDN is currently in Working Draft spec, and is not supported by IE or Edge.

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/justify-content

  • @MichaelFrank I asked a moderator to change it (which has been done), thanks. – Michel Keijzers Oct 30 at 12:51

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