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As Dan mentioned in the comments, the blue bar at the top is too large now. My biggest problem with it is that it pushes the questions down too far, and I can see two fewer questions than I could before. I used to be able to see six questions on the homepage on my laptop screen, now I can see only four. Here is a comparison with StackOverflow where the ...


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I'm also seeing the pixels in the logo. The white orbits around the globe are quite jagged. Here is how it renders for me: I'm using Firefox and it pulls the logo from http://cdn.sstatic.net/webmasters/img/sprites.png Here is it blown up (in gimp) and you can really see the pixelation: Interestingly the pixelation may be a feature of the image. There ...


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Okay. Here are my main observations: I am sure this does not happen for everyone, however, I have an HP Mini and the screen width is 1024x600 which is not unusual. Here is what is happening. It is being cut-off on the right side. As well, I spoke about OMS (over-mouse syndrome). It seems to me that it would be better from a UX perspective if the Questions ...


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Links on the main Pro Webmaster site seem harder to see now because their blue color is less bright and blends in with black text (as apposed to the brown links here on the Meta site). Maybe a brighter blue can be used to more closely match the color of links on Stack Overflow's site, which are much more easily spotted.


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The new design didn't make this worse, but another long standing CSS tweak that I would love to make to this site would be tweak the visited link color. I rely on the visited link color to show me if I recently viewed a question or not. On this site, I can barely tell which questions are recently visited and which ones I haven't seen. The difference ...


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Hyperlink colour is difficult to distinguish form the actual body content, I think some people may miss when just phrases are hyperlinked (rather that the URL posted). Looks too sublte.


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I guess "mobile" may not be fully catered for yet(?), but... on iPad/portrait, reviewing a "suggested edit" on a question you are currently viewing (ie. not via the review queue - that works OK) doesn't fit in the screen-width and neither can you zoom out/scroll to access the off-screen content/buttons. Current solutions seem to be to either: Rotate to ...


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