Favorite tags seem to be split (screenshot below).

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To reproduce:

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  3. Scroll down to the Favorite Tags section (right pane)
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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... 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! 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. 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. 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