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This concerns the "Related Questions" list I can see tied to this question. A picture of the relevant link is below:

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Notice how, in the $(4,4)$ ordered pair, the left $4$ is one pixel below the right $4$.

I originally thought this might be -- somehow -- tied to a custom command I used on the page to help make my answer, which was simply having \p render \propto. However, the error persisted, in a sense. Before removing my command, I instead had this issue, where every ordered pair except $(4,4)$ had the issue; removing the command made it affect only $(4,4)$ on my viewing:

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Perhaps adding some lines will make the misalignment particularly clear:

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Some other notes:

  • This error does not seem to exist for me on Firefox. (The above pictures are tied to the newest version of Google Chrome; for what it's worth, I'm using Windows 10.)

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  • This error does apear on Microsoft Edge:

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  • This error does not seem to appear on other questions, e.g. this one.
  • This error, I imagine, does not depend on browser extensions (I don't even use Edge).
  • I bugged my girlfriend about it, and it does appear for her on Chrome (the variant affecting $(4,4)$ only), and appear for her on Edge, in the variant below. She uses Windows 10 as well for what it's worth. (Lines added by me because this variant was new.)

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It's a minor error since, as far as I know, it's purely visual and hard to notice unless pointed out or if you're used to seeing such errors. Still, I figured it worth bringing up -- any idea what could be causing this?

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