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I'm not sure if it's a problem with the page's (or template's) markup or the images themselves, but has anyone else noticed that the Up and Down vote arrows don't line up with each other (vertical lines added for emphasis)?


asked 23 Nov '09, 22:30

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edited 19 Mar '11, 07:04

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Definitely a browser thing - I do not see it when using Firefox 3.5.5 nor with IE 7.0.5730.13, but I do see it when using Chrome and Safari 4.0.530.17.

I suspect it is something to do with the way that the CSS is being rendered and the fact that different browsers have different defaults for padding, margin, etc.

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answered 24 Nov '09, 13:16

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I see it too - using Chrome I do not see it on

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answered 24 Nov '09, 11:43

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I've never seen it on any of the "Trilogy" of StackOverflow, ServerFault, and SuperUser, either (I'm in Safari 4 for Windows).

(24 Nov '09, 14:14) Dov

It may be a browser thing... what are you using?

This is what it looks like for me in Firefox 3 0 15

This is what it looks like for me in IE 8 0 6001 18702

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answered 24 Nov '09, 05:07

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I'm in Safari (4) on Windows

(24 Nov '09, 14:12) Dov
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