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In the timeline of questions with lengthy titles such as this one or this one, there is an insane amount of space between one line and the next in the title:

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The line-height of 2.22 is simply too much. Can we please change that 2.22 to something like 1.4, or 1.35, so it looks:

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Like that? On SO, some of the titles are long enough so that the lines are separated by an <hr> header. Let's fix that, please.

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    Probably the longest title's CSS is on this question on Puzzling.SE; which occupies 3 lines and clearly exacerbates the problem.
    – Rob
    Jan 12, 2021 at 23:10
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    @Rob view that in a small screen, then it spans 7 lines.
    – Luuklag
    Jan 14, 2021 at 19:11
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    @RandomPerson I have no idea if you also flagged this to request that a status-review tag be added or not, but as I mentioned over here it's really likely that SE is going to do nothing on this without the status-review tag being added first. Adding a bounty puts more user eyes on this, but it doesn't put SE's eyes on it. If the feature request/bug has a reasonable amount of support (score) and isn't controversial (usually demonstrated by a mix of up/down-votes), then
    – Makyen
    Oct 8, 2022 at 22:20
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    by far the most effective thing to do is to get the status-review tag added to the the question by flagging it. If there's already support, then adding a bounty isn't an effective method of getting a feature-request or bug actually resolved. If there isn't a "reasonable" amount of support, then, yes, a bounty could be a good idea to get more user's eyes on it. What represents a "reasonable amount of support" really depends on what the request is, but this seems like a low effort bug/feature request which should be find to bring to SE's attention with the existing support.
    – Makyen
    Oct 8, 2022 at 22:20

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