At work, I'm using IE9 and it shows up there (without compatibility mode).
".45 ACP - because shooting twice is just silly" - JSOP, 2010 - You can never have too much ammo - unless you're swimming, or on fire. - JSOP, 2010 - When you pry the gun from my cold dead hands, be careful - the barrel will be very hot. - JSOP, 2013
Turns out the issue was that you didn't check the "Mark this article as updated" checkbox just above the "Submit" button when updating the article. I've done it for FastJSON, but will leave it to you to update the other.
Possibly it cached the CSS, maybe if you try with Ctrl-F5 (or the same combination under chrome to force-reload the page) it will give you the same result. Under firefox I can view the buttons disabling the CSS.
Yes, I'm concerned about having too many devastatingly bad questions staying too long time in the Q&A forum. But I'm concerned with not-so-bad questions auto-removed too early as well. So, my idea is: different kinds of abuse reports on questions should not be treated equally; they should come with different weights. I'll try to motivate it.
Yes, I understand it can further complicate the system and means extra work. However, weighted system is already applied to votes. So… Let me explain the situation with one particular kind of report, "Unclear or Incomplete" on questions.
As I can see, presently 3 reports on one question in all report categories. If this is spam or abuse or "not a question" or off-topic, this is pretty likely not wrong. Also, I don't think "Unclear or Incomplete" report should ever be ignored. Automatically closing the question on many such reports would blocks some pretty usual situation when an inquirer never really clarify the question, keeping silence or replying not to the point, plays absentmindedly.
But another typical situation with "Unclear or Incomplete" is: the answer is worth answering, but some clarifications are really required; an inquirer has a good chance to make the problem either clear and answerable, or demonstrate the inability to formulate it, but is not given a chance to do so, because the question is closed too early. Note that we don't see already posted reports, we just mark the question unclear hoping for further clarification, but not immediate removal of the question. Giving the "Unclear or Incomplete" report some less weight, for example, something like 1/3, would probably do the trick in a simplest way.
I'm tired of giving at least some answers or comments to help some inquirers who really deserve some help (which could be easy to give on some minimal clarification) but loose the questions and those answers and comments prematurely, before they get a chance to improve questions. At the same time, some never will clarify things. Just shifting balance a bit on this particular report could improve the acceptance of out answers and, hence, general usefulness of the forum.
(My previous question on related issue (on this forum) was: do the inquirers receive the answers on removed questions, which are not visible to other members? I'm afraid not. Is that so?)
Sergey A Kryukov
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