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You're right, it did break on FF and I fixed it now. It looks fine on FF and Safari and Chrome. Normally I give a little bit of wiggle room for the images, but this time I made it a little too much of a tight fit, and that might've pushed it to the next line in FF. Sorry about that and please let me know if it looks OK to you now. I resize images and ...


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I assume you're using Firefox, as that's the only browser I could reproduce this issue with. Yet another instantiation of a little Firefox peculiarity with regard to floats. Fixed in the next build.


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Here's a userscript that provides an improved upload dialog with resizing/linking options. https://stackapps.com/q/3507/10098


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I thought it had been fixed but it hasn't. It's not visible for me in Chrome and IE, but in FF7 I still see this problem and I know why now. See http://cdn.sstatic.net/Skins/sketchymeta/img/sprites-beta.png and http://cdn.sstatic.net/Skins/sketchy/img/sprites-beta.png. The hover image for "Questions" gets the very top line of pixels from the background ...


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Crikey, Lisa, that's hard to see. But you're right. But your monitor and colour settings must be set to show it stronger than mine for it to be annoying, or even generally noticeable, I have to say.


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You must either have a very good eye or a very good monitor (or both!). I had to strain my eyes to see it on my monitor. In any case, all the beta sites get this "sketchy" theme, which deliberately looks like a rough, hastily done, imperfect looking theme to indicate that the site is "under construction". As such, I believe this is status-bydesign. However, ...


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