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Maybe it's just me, but the header looks weird IMHO because the blue top bar doesn't align with div#header (using Firefox 38 on Linux). Didn't you forget to add body { background-position: 0 34px; } ?


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Not sure if global or site, but right off the bat w/ browser viewport at 1200x570 (13" laptop) https://drupal.meta.stackexchange.com/users/preferences -- left/right scroll (seems to happen w/ all profile pages) Mod dashboard -- same thing Please don't discount people who use smaller screens.


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I have pushed a fix for this. Though it seems the old background image is cached. I just pushed another fix with the css cache breaker in it.


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This is a global problem that is affecting some themes. Accoding to Top bar with double color?, the problem is fixed and will be live soon.


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As shown in this answer to Let's stop displaying a user's accept rate, the accept rate has been removed, and it is not going to be shown again. Jeff Atwood, one of the founders of Stack Exchange proposed an alternative in Replace accept rate with citizenship level, for which Shog9's answer says: While I like the idea of a general-purpose "...


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The privileges page has been completely redesigned since this was posted.


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I removed the offending styles (not sure when/why they were added, but should have been removed when it was redesigned). With you in the next build.


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Confirmed on Chrome with Windows 7 Professional x64. Seems to be related to the div.bulleten-item-type CSS rule: Indeed, editing the width from 25px to 15px (shaving off 10px), fixes it: bulletin-item-type { width: 15%; } as per se: This seems to be a partial fix, however, since Chrome ignores width on the content:


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I feel with you rooby. Moreover you're not the only one suffering that problem. Go checkout " Is there a way to get edit feedback? ", in which I at first added a (frustrated) reply, a bit later responded to by "Free Radical", who seemed to have suffered the exact same problem like you described here. The (right away accepted) 'mea culpa' there came in right ...


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