Simple bug: You go to your user profile, under the image there is your reputation which links to reputation changes (something like this:


However, when you hover over that number (your reputation, under your image, in your profile), it is supposed to be underlined (as I can see in stackOverflow for example), but the line appears 1/3 way from the bottom over the number, kind of crossing the number out. A bit similar to this. Here is a snapshot of how it looks like:

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I am using Firefox 7.0.1 for Ubuntu. I'm using Ubuntu 11.10.

  • What browser and version of that browser are you using and can you by any change upload a screenshot of that? Commented Nov 6, 2011 at 16:59
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    @OctavianDamiean, yeah right! It sounded so simple I forgot to mention those. I will edit my post now. Just in case, is there a command (I'm using firefox) that would dump all the information all at once that I can use? Something with output like: Firefox version bla addons this and that plugins blabla
    – Shahbaz
    Commented Nov 6, 2011 at 18:48
  • You are right. I can reproduce this bug on a clean install of Firefox 7.0.1 on 11.10. Commented Nov 6, 2011 at 20:24

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The problem is a CSS rule of the class .summarycount.

vertical-align: middle;

This is causing the underline to appear way higher up than it should.

  • I don't know if this is the real answer, but I'm gonna accept anyway. At this moment though, I can't see the list of changes to my reputation, so that reputation number is not a link anymore. Neither is the one on the top bar, next to my name!
    – Shahbaz
    Commented Nov 17, 2011 at 20:12

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