Sorry about that. What happened here: the favorites/ignored feature is implemented client-side; a UI tweak changed the DOM in a way that broke the jQuery selector, meaning that it no longer found the tag data. I've put a PR together that fixes this - we'll get it deployed as soon as we can (after validation, etc).
This has been fixed. The site logo at the top of all pages should now be shown in its entirety, for both logged-in and anonymous users (it had been cut off on some pages for international sites, for anonymous users, as reported on meta.ja.so). The solution did indeed involve making sure that the _glyph class was being applied appropriately.
the top bar logo
Firefox should be happy once again. The `.ASPXBrowserOverride` cookie is no longer being served. Fun fact: we resolved this issue on the whole network back in October 2012. Here is the fix, just 'cause:
Also resolved the issue with the auth cookie not being set to have Secure=true.
cookies taste so good
unneeded ones, however,
should just not be served
Ok, this is all fixed up. Thanks for posting it! This was related to some removal of "unused" CSS. Just a bit of housecleaning.
Here's the related issue over on Stacks. Basically, we have some list resets that exist in Stack Overflow production, but this is definitely something we'd want to move to Stacks. Heck, I thought it was already there, and ...
Thanks for the report. There was a permissions issue which resulted in the failure, which should hopefully be resolved.
I kicked off the refresh and it's in the process of running. It normally takes about 8 hours to run, so it will be a little bit before everything is up to date.
Prosus also owns OLX, a company that happens to have my home address and phone number.
So this raises the question if previously anonymous SE usage now allows for sharing data with OLX-Prosus whose terms-of-service require users to give PII.
I can replicate this on Code Review. It's even worse than you've stated already: during a First Posts review, if a vote is the only action that was required the radiobutton won't move from "No action needed" to "I'm Done" unless you hit F5 (this is also the workaround to be able to remove your vote again).
This may ...
Note: this can also be done on deleted posts
I just “downvoted” a deleted post (one that said “this post was recently deleted and is no longer viewable”), and the downvote icon stuck, without changing the displayed score, and still displaying the error message. I couldn’t “undownvote.”
Thank you to everyone who voiced concerns and feedback on this JD. There were some grammatical changes made. The paragraph on moderators was updated by the CM team because everyone agreed that wasn't accurate.
The intent here is that you've never used our platform at all - because this survey will appear widely across the internet, many people who take it do not use our site. Internally here at Stack Overflow (the company) it's not uncommon to refer to the entire site - Stack Overflow and the Stack Exchange Network together, as "Stack Overflow" - so that'...
Worse than being a meta-tag it seems actively confusing. It also seems to refer to *human* languages, which is a usage that seems incorrect in context.
I don't think there's going to be much loss in burnination
The tag is now burninated: