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The diamonds are cut in the top, because they are either too big or need to be placed differently in the user reference image:

Screen shot of Jeff http://grab.by/grabs/15a1e5988c7492769a279531e3f93e8a.png

Update

The above screenshot is from safari 5.0.4 on OS 10.6

I also tested with some version of Chrome on OS 10.6 and webkit trunk which gave identical result. Not surprisingly, since they use the same engine.

I can verify that I'm using the default font-size. I tried messing with the .user-details div decreasing the font size. I needed to decrease it quite a bit, to be able to get the diamonds to fit:

decreased font size http://grab.by/grabs/4e5ffa59c46bc5aba9072593146466fe.png

I hope this helps to identify a solution to make the text/diamond proportions more equal. For safari, reducing the 140% font-size to 100% makes the diamonds close to firefox size.

  • heheh, not that big on my browsers though :D may be font issue? – YOU Mar 28 '11 at 12:30
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    Are you saying that Jeff's precious stones are just too darn big? – David Mar 28 '11 at 12:32
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    which OS, Browser btw? – YOU Mar 28 '11 at 12:34
  • In XP and Chrome, I don't see any issues. – jzd Mar 28 '11 at 12:39
  • @YOU seems like a safari issue, it looks fine on other browsers. Doubt it's my font size though. If it were, the name and rep should be a lot bigger as well. – googletorp Mar 28 '11 at 14:19
  • Your diamond is just shown with a table cut rather than the usual point cut. – fredley Sep 22 '14 at 10:36
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I think font issue in browser/OS. here is mine for reference

Ubuntu versions

Chrome 12 dev

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Firefox 4

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Opera 11 (quite big, but still fit in box)

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Edit:

I am not sure which font should be default font on OSX, but changing it to Arial solve it for me on Safari, and Chrome at OSX

javascript:$(".mod-flair").css("font-family","Arial")

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To

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  • I updated with more info, should be enough to reproduce the problem :) – googletorp Mar 29 '11 at 9:21

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