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There is no tooltip on search result page on view count field if a question has more than 1000 views. That view count field is located just below of vote and answer count fields on the left.

See for example https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged?tagnames=java&sort=votes&pagesize=50 and its first question which has following html code:

<div class="views hot">31k views</div> 

In most places this kind of inaccurate values have tooltips which show the actual accurate value. Thus, the above fragment should have title="31,157 views" attribute.

If there is less than 1000 views, the search result page shows to accurate view count and no tooltip is needed.

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This has been now implemented. However, there is always a tooltip, even when it is not needed. i.e. when view count is < 1000

  • I see the actual view count for 1k+, but I can't reproduce the other behaviour. You may want to start a new question to deal with that issue. – Jon Seigel Apr 28 '10 at 15:55
  • @Jon Are you referring to the view counts on the profiles ( which was a separate question ) or the view counts on the search page (this question)? I can reproduce it myself in the latter, I tested it with the link provided in the question. – Grace Note Apr 28 '10 at 16:12
  • @ccornet: Oh, I see now. No-repro on the homepage and my user profile, but there is always a tooltip on the Questions page. – Jon Seigel Apr 28 '10 at 16:20
  • @Jon I am referring the search result page. The link in question shows only answers with > 1000 view count on the first page. Try for example stackoverflow.com/search?q=java+open+source . There is a tooltip "269 views". – Juha Syrjälä Apr 29 '10 at 9:10
  • Yes, I went to the last page to see those with < 1000 views. – Jon Seigel Apr 29 '10 at 14:14

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