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    MODERATORS: Better code formatting please?

    Code posted to the forum seems to overlap:

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    It's not doing that for me. The font my browser (firefox) is using is different as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodor View Post
    It's not doing that for me. The font my browser (firefox) is using is different as well
    I'm running Firefox on Ubuntu. No add-ons, except for HTTPS Everywhere (which doesn't mess with graphics).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Galahad View Post
    I'm running Firefox on Ubuntu. No add-ons, except for HTTPS Everywhere (which doesn't mess with graphics).
    Interesting... I'm running firefox on Ubuntu as well and the rendering is different. BUT I have MS core fonts installed so that's probably why mine looks different and doesn't overlap (?) That said, even if a different font is used you wouldn't expect it to overlap and look awful like in your screenshot

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    Have you seen this issue elsewhere in the meantime?

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    Link where I failed to see any problem. Expected expression... error
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