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Visited Links No Longer Distinguishable

Apparently, visited links are no longer distinguishable from the rest. They used to be in a slightly different shade than non-visited ones. Personally, I found the feature to be very helpful, and I'm ...
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Comment editing boxes

It would be awesome if the textarea elements one uses to create/edit comments on M.SE were larger and allowed for more characters. The ones on MO are perfect, for example. (Why do I want this? Well, ...
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Css-update with bug?

Since about an hour or so, the dropdown arrow in the "StackExchange" menu has disappeared for me (tested on Safari and Chrome), clicking on it leads straight to and I had to ...
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Why is the font color NOT black

The body text is #444 which is hard on the eyes. uses black, easy to read. How about either allowing preferences (hard), or just color the text black (easy) so it is easier to read?...
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Is the CSS broken? Sidebar overlaps footer in "Ask Question" page [duplicate]

When asking a new question, if I scroll down I can see this beauty: Which seem to be a bug... I'm using firefox on W7.
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Layout bug: comments overflow into RHS pane

In this thread the comments are displaying so wide that they overwrite all the text in the rightmost pane (which includes "visit meta", "nn people chatting", etc). The bug exists in both IE and Chrome....
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"Sign up for the newsletter" button overflows the frame on Firefox / Linux

This is what the math.SE newsletter ad box looks like to me on Firefox: Notice how the bold font causes the "Sign up" button to overflow the space available for it. According to the Firefox ...
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Was the style of the up/down-vote arrows changed?

I noticed that the style of the up/down-votes button has changed (for me at least). At first, I thought it was a bug, but frequent reloading makes it look like a change. Now, it looks quite similar to ...
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LaTeX rendering in incorrect locations [duplicate]

When browsing the site I notices that in the hot question section of the sidebar there was a link to this post on SuperUser. The link looked a little strange, as shown in the image: If I'm not ...
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Hover underline styles behave oddly with multi-line mathematical expressions in title, such as $\dfrac{72_8!}{18_2!}=4^x$

I took this screenshot while hovering my cursor over the first question. As you can see, the dotted underline cuts through the denominator of the fraction. Looks like a CSS bug.
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Visited tags' colors should not become blue on meta.

Non-moderator tags of meta become blue when visited. In particular, this makes required tags and normal tags almost indistinguishable. It is reproducible on IE 8 and Firefox 4. The tags' colors ...
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Please choose a font with a more distinctive 0 (zero) has handsome CSS styling, but 0 (zero) and o (lowercase O) are visually nearly indistinguishable. That's ironic for a math forum (n0)? I'd suggest using a font that features a ...
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Badges do not show in Chrome.

I am using Chrome 7.0.5 dev, and the badges do not display on the main site. They do, however, display here. I think this is a bug, something wrong with the sprites and css.
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