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Topic # 87270 24-Jul-2011 09:35 Send private message

Hi,

I've been having an issue for a couple of days where a topic flagged as "new" will do this when you open it up:



This only occurs for the first post in a topic. Any subsequent posts are formatted correctly, even if the New graphic is present.

I'm running Safari 5.0.5 on a Mac (OS 10.6.8). I first noticed the issue a couple of days ago, specifically right after updating to Safari 5.1. I've subsequently reverted to 5.0.5 but the issue's still there; it's possible that bits of 5.1 are still on my system though!

Has anyone else run into this?

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  Reply # 497290 24-Jul-2011 09:36 Send private message

Yes, this was reported before and it's just the alignment inside the box. Will be fixed sometime...







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  Reply # 497310 24-Jul-2011 10:50 Send private message

Oops, forgot to load my mail client and didn't see your reply come in!

Thanks for the update, it's good to know that it's not just my computer being weird :)

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