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Thanks for pointing this out! This was actually supposed to have padding on both the top and the bottom but another rule was canceling it out. It should look cleaner now.


Clicks on the delete button worked just fine... Next time, flag the post for moderators to delete the comment.


It's actually a MathJax formula, not a Unicode issue. The source of the MathJax formula gives us: \def\x#1{\smash{\rlap{\hskip{-10em}\style{transform-origin: center middle; display: inline-block; transform: rotate(#1deg); padding: 3em}{\huge{\color{red}{~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~\text{Too late...}~\text{...far too late...}}}}}}} \def\y#1{\x{#1}\x{-#1}} {\y{10}\y{...


I'm a big fan of debugging things. The foreword to Painless Project Management mentions this, and is available online. An excerpt: And so, on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, if you’re a restaurant, and you want to thrive, you have to carefully debug everything. You have to make sure that there’s always someone waiting to greet guests. This ...


It was a bug in the CSS after all, due to the inspection. It felt like, as a website enthusiast, that the CSS that references the text in the positive rep which is green is overriding the text inside the special case for bounties which is white to avoid what happened today. After I inspected, turns out it is the case, and the problem is now figured out. The ...


This is an issue even on my pretty good sized screens with a single flag active ... I can't even hit the button on the mod message dialog for the flag banner being in the way.


Code fences weren't supported until January 2019, so any post that used them before then had them rendered as simply inline code. You do need to edit and save in order for the post to be rendered using the new Markdown processor.


I suspect there are a few slightly incorrect guesses here. I know about as much as you do (really!), so most of this is based off stuff we've heard in public, or common sense. The new site designs are based on Stacks, a unified library for all the designs. While Jin's old designs was quite beautiful, having bespoke designs for each SE site resulted in a ...


This is building now. I made an incorrect assumption about the DOM hierarchy around the site switcher, that didn't apply in the mobile topbar.


This is building now. Mobile doesn't absolutely position its topbar dialogs, so it didn't take kindly to the modal being shoved between the two elements.

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