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Thank you, SE devs! With the redesign (and some prodding from KRyan) we finally have well-spaced headings and a distinctive H3 for the first time! (since beta) Whether or not it suits our individual tastes it's a huge improvement and makes using all three heading levels viable. I'm happy, and this is just personal but I think the Georgia font is more ...


This has been fixed and is now live across the network. Yesterday we rolled out a behind-the-scenes update to unify how many components across the network are themed. It looks like a slight typo made it into the code that sets visited and hovered link colors, causing them to revert to their default values instead of using the correct values from the site's ...


Alas, that was not intentional but rather an oversight on my part. Should be fixed now.


The difference shows up when looking at the screenshots in the Skin does not handle read-only mode well bug report. Ilmari's screenshots suggest it's been getting darker since August. August: moon very visible, fortress tower quite visible. December: moon less visible, fortress tower nearly imperceptible. Now: on main site I can't see the moon through the ...


This has been "fixed" with the CommonMark update Below is how we can properly format such things: Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure ...


This happens occasionally. It seems to be associated with site updates and broken profile page layouts. I'm pretty sure the link blue (and its associated "mouseover" blue, "visited link" blue, etc) is the colour used for link text in the default Stack interface, so I'm guessing this is what it looks like when a site update breaks the site-specific interface ...


This issue doesn't occur on the mobile version of the site: So I suggest the SE devs grab whatever they're doing there and do the same on the desktop site. :)


Well, looks like it’s fixed (again).


Thanks for reporting. This is fixed in the next build (rev 2014.2.11.1362).


Stack Exchange is presently working on some major CSS updates for our site and a few others. (These updates are for the Stack Exchange developers' sakes and aren't supposed to affect how our site actually looks.) These blue links showed up a few weeks ago and stuck around for half an hour, and various other things have broken occasionally recently, as BESW's ...

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