Favorite tags seem to be split (screenshot below).

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To reproduce:

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  2. Click on Questions tab
  3. Scroll down to the Favorite Tags section (right pane)

closed as too localized by Pops, kiamlaluno, Cody Gray, Jon Seigel, Kevin Vermeer Nov 10 '11 at 13:55

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    IE7 is supported for functionality, but not display imperfections, per the FAQ. – Pops Jul 15 '11 at 17:14
  • Thanks! I did not know IE7 is minimally supported... – Igor Turman Jul 15 '11 at 17:19
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    IE7 supports the css attribute display: modern-art. – user7116 Jul 15 '11 at 20:52
  • If IE7 is not fully supported, does it mean users should not report bugs here? I found another bug and wonder what I should do... Meanwhile, I see some folks posting/reporting IE7 bugs. Please advise. Thanks! – Igor Turman Jul 15 '11 at 21:08
  • The best thing to do is upgrade your browser. Fixes a bunch of sites other than Stack Overflow. – Cody Gray Jul 16 '11 at 7:56
  • That's very funny!! I got 2 votes down for this question?! I do not get it. :) Does that mean those two people do not think there is a bug in IE7? or, they think the question is not appropriate? LOL. Meanwhile, market share of IE6 and IE7 combined is ~17% which is more than ALL versions of Chrome (~11%). I am not saying stackoverflow.com should have taken that into consideration. My point is, IE7 related bugs ARE affecting sizable number of stackoverflow users. – Igor Turman Jul 16 '11 at 18:26
  • @Cody Gray: Your "suggestion" is not a solution whatsoever (see above). Meanwhile, I use Chrome for most of my stuff. But, at work, as for many (still) companies, IE7 is our standard browser. I do have Chrome and IE7 at work, though. – Igor Turman Jul 16 '11 at 18:32
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    The downvotes mean that people disagree this issue is worth fixing. That's pretty standard on Meta (you can read more about downvotes in the FAQ). In particular, I don't think the developers should waste much time fixing cosmetic & UI issues in an obsolete browser like IE 7: it's time to upgrade. Everyone has their excuses. I still run Win NT 4 on a machine that I use for everyday work, so it's not like I'm clueless to the problem. I also wasn't proposing upgrading as a "solution". You asked "wonder what I should do"; I was answering that. – Cody Gray Jul 17 '11 at 4:23