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A post is not rendering properly

I don't have the knowledge to use the correct terminology, but the post I earned 2cool4skool on a site I have not visited is greyed out on the "home" and "questions" pages with ...
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Stack Overflow doesn't render some pages in Chrome with my Google profile

I have a Stack Overflow account linked to my Google profile. I have had difficulty loading many pages over the last month or perhaps longer. For example, this SO page. Some pages render fine, but ...
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Why is the sub-header font in the stack exchange app only displaying the top half of header titles in iOS?

I haven't updated my iOS Stack Exchange app in a long time, and suddenly I am noticing differences or glitches in how it works or displays/renders itself. When posting a question, before typing ...
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Bold italic text not given correct color on mobile [duplicate]

You see I can tap on the link and it behaves totally well. Yet its color shouldn't be black, though. MD source: [***Link***][1] blah text. [1]: /. Demo: Link blah text.
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Images in reopen review (side-by-side view) are larger than column width [duplicate]

I was reviewing this item from Ask Ubuntu's reopen queue and noticed that the side-by-side view is rendered incorrectly. The images are too large, the one in the left column overlaps with the right ...
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Android My Sites edit screen rendering incorrectly [duplicate]

It appears that the edit my sites screen has some problems. I am able to add and remove sites, but I can't move them up or down, and only one is visible at a time. App Version: 1.0.85 Device ...
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Include MathJax support in CS Theory's Blog

MathJax is not being rendered in the CS Theory blog. (Confirmed on OsX G.Chrome and OsX Firefox.) Maybe MathJax is not a feature in (BlogOverflow or just CS Theory blog). So, please include it in ...
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Hot network questions sidebar does not show some favicons in Firefox on a high DPI display

I'm currently on a high-resolution display (1920x1200 @ ~224 PPI), using Firefox 36.0.1 on Windows 8.1 with display (Windows DPI) scaling set to 150%. This seems to cause favicons to not show up for ...
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In the SE landingpage markup an anchor tag is nested in an anchor tag and alt attribute is missing

The markup on the new and improved landing page contains html markup that isn't allowed according the specification. Please note that the functionality of the page is NOT AFFECTED in ...
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User profile picture not rendering correctly [duplicate]

On this question, Leo's user profile picture does not render correctly for me. It renders like this: It seems that only the 32px version is rendering incorrectly: This question was ...
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Rendering issue where code snippet joins with info section under question [duplicate]

Noticed that the html rendering for PostgreSQL - fetch the row which has the Max value for a column code snippet at bottom of question was getting merged with the tags, user info, and action links at ...
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Unicode Character U+0972 seems to be broken while rendering normally

See this question on Ask Ubuntu: What are the key combinations for alphabets 'ऋ' and 'ॲ' on Hindi Bolnagari keyboard layout? I am talking about Unicode Character 'DEVANAGARI LETTER CANDRA A' (U+0972)....
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Minor inconsistency in rendering of tags with counts

There's various places where tags are listed in the right sidebar along with counts of how many times the tag is used in posts in the results or in the entire system. But in two such places they are ...
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`\` isn't rendered correctly in comment area? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Post `\` or `\\` in a comment I just found that \ cannot rendered correctly (without highlight around it) in comment area. When I'm leaving a comment in THIS question. Is this ...
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Use spoilers from mobile theme on regular sites too

On mobile, spoilers show a single small box with the text "Click to show spoiler". Why not use that on the regular sites too? Advantages: It works on an iPad and any other device. It supports images,...
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When post starts with image, subscription email goes bad

I have a tag filter subscription sending me daily email for questions with this tag. Today I opened this daily email and saw this strange thing: This is the question, which I fixed of course. The ...
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Notification bar welcome msg causes page render glitch on scroll up in Chromium

When scrolling up using arrow keys or mousewheel, the bottom few pixels of the welcome message notify bar are left 'trailed' on the screen. Moving over certain elements refreshes these areas (i.e., ...
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Long notifications at page top don't fit and overlap with rest of the page [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: 2 lines in notification bar breaks layout Whenever a StackExchange universe site wants to show a notification that doesn't fit into a single string the message is wrapped ...
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Careers and newsletter ads over each other

In my Firefox 5.0 on Windows 7, ads for careers and the newsletter are sometimes shown one over the other, which looks really bad. Refreshing the page often helps, but the problem sometimes shows ...
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Post revision incorrectly renders subsequent codeblocks as nested [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Really weird (bad, confusing) version diff. Revision 2 here ends up being visualised as a codeblock in another codeblock, when no such thing is present in the post. This is ...
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Chat "jitters" can they be eliminated?

I have noticed chat has a couple of noticeable rendering "jitters" which are much more noticeable in firefox. There are 2 scenarios I notice this "jitter": When entering a room with lots of ...
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Link of <code> not rendering correctly

Example: [and(int first, int second)][1] [1]:, int) It's rendered correctly in edit preview.
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A question with a title but without a body. Is it possible or is it a bug?

Is it possible to use a VHD for dual boot and VPC? This question does have a title and two answers, but not an actually question body. Although, the tags section that usually located on the right, in ...
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Remove mathjax question titles from the ads, or actually render the equations

This SE-promoting ad, that managed to cause some problems in the past. (Now redesigned a bit). Sometimes it displays a question title from math.stackexchange that includes a mathjax expression. In ...
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Line containing bounty is too small

When the bounty line appears, on my system the line is not high enough to fully display the arrow: Erroneous rendering (and of course I'm using ...
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Search box rendering bug on SO?

I'm seeing the search box try to render in a different spot than normal on Stack Overflow in Firefox. As you can see, the text field is also half cut off by the enclosing div. Is anyone else seeing ...
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CSS bug in moderator tools?

The 'flags' part of the SO 10k tools looks strange in Safari 4.0.5 (Snow Leopard 10.6.3): Can anyone reproduce this? all your unicorns are belong to us
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Use of RTL Languages Causes UI-Disfiguration [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Will there be RTL support in StackExchange? Check out my current display name, and Hebrew comments below... (name now changed back, see screen shots below) http://img.skitch....
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Bug in rendered "not" tag?

Using Firefox 3.5.7 on Windows XP, I loaded SO's front page to see this: alt text The offending HTML snippet is: <div class="tags t--0"> ...
Mark Rushakoff's user avatar
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Slight rendering bug in Chrome (Linux) - View count and title overlap

Definitely not a huge issue, but a little bit jarring on the latest Chrome release under Ubuntu Linux 9.10. Yes, technically still Beta (by Google's standards) but the bug appears to be in WebKit, ...
Adrian Petrescu's user avatar
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inconsistency rendering ** in markdown

Look this question: firefox: don't save error pages in history I wrote inside something like this notboldbold.notbold. In javascript it is rendered ok, but in the server, instead the asterisks ...
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Is there a better way of including code containing &lt; &gt;

I frequently see examples of code containing < and > characters which get rendered incorrectly, because the tags aren't quoted as &lt; and &gt;. This seems to happen when using <pre&...
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'Next Page' on Profile loses CSS

Occasionally, I'll want to look through my older questions or answers from my profile page. There have been a few instances (including just a moment ago) when clicking on the next page in my list of ...
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CSS or other bug in rendering page?

Anyone else get screen rendering issues like me? Firefox for Windows 3.5.2 Screenshot:
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Small rendering problem with Google Chrome on main page

If question has more than 100k views, question listing has a small rendering error with Google Chrome. Letter "k" is rendered on top of word "views". Firefox 3.0.x works correctly. See, for example, ...
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