Assume you click on "View the # replies to this message" link:
The faint horizontal gray bar that separates messages appears below the title of the response (bold, left justified) and the name of the author of the response, and time stamp (default text weight) to the right
This, visually, gives the disturbing impression that the title/respondent/time-stamp content line is part of the post above it.
Clearly, the horizontal bar should be above the title/respondent/time-stamp line.
I think I may have mentioned before that when you click the "View All Threads," from a view where you have expanded the responses, you are returned to the top of the "collapsed" page, which means that you have essentially "lost track" of how far down you had scrolled in the page in collapsed view.
Is there a technical reason why expanding the responses to a post, and then restoring the "all threads" view, cannot return you to the "collapsed" page scrolled down to its former position ?
This aspect (returning you to the top) is particularly annoying when you view comments on a long article, and expand them, and then restore the "all thread" view.
Can you try doing a Ctrl+F5 to force a non-cache refresh. When using Chrome on a PC and Mac it's fine for me, but I have updated the CSS over the last couple of weeks and Chrome is aggressive about caching old versions.
Nop still problematic. But I got it to work by hitting the Ctrl + "+" and zooming in, but when I resized it to normal, it stopped working. There seems to be a gap between the MyName and the drop down menu.
Hmm. OK, if you're really bored then could you hit F12 to open Dev tools, go to the Resources tab,go to Frames -> [Page you're currently viewing] -> stylesheets and hover over main.min.css and tell me the value of the dt querystring key. Should be 121006.1.
Well, not Firefox 15, as that works correctly (although, I may be zoomed in, which may cause some space to shrink.)
I think computer viruses should count as life. I think it says something about human nature that the only form of life we have created so far is purely destructive. We've created life in our own image.