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  • Would you believe I have no idea what the question or problem is based on that?

    Without rants, could you offer a brief synopsis of what isn’t working?

    Check out the picture again. Compare “next blog link” (encircled) between IE and Firefox at the bottom.

    It’s the same in v2.0. Weird that noone has noticed this bug. I think developers should consider IE as a primary browser.

    whooami

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    lol thats not a bug — and thats certainly not something that developers out to be concerned about.

    you REALLY need to gain some perspective on what it takes to code something that has taken off as much as standalone wordpress and all its iterations.

    well, this bug has been in the default theme for years now. it is a bug if it is part of the software. what would you call this if not a bug? i don’t have knowledge to fix this. but programmers as you are, you won’t fix it either, because it is not fatal. like always. who should be concerned of this if not developers?

    whooami

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    take your ‘pissed off’ self over here

    http://trac.wordpress.org/

    Frankly, I couldnt care less whether its a bug or not.

    I am with the OP on this. 🙂 Sorry 🙂 . Yes it sucks. Yes we know it sucks and so do Automattic. And no they haven’t done anything to fix it in 2 years. And I do not know why. 🙂 And OT many of us here could fix it in 2 minutes. 🙂

    whooami

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    meh, I know – you just hate kubrick though — that doesn’t make this a bug. You know as well as I that you can only place so many pixels into a given space, and after you exceed that spacial limit than the browser(s) are going to do whatever it is they do.

    If this is a bug, by definition, than the fact that sidebars drop when ppl put 800 pixel wide images into their posts (using kubrick) is a bug as well.

    In fact,then, all of the fixed width themes that that occurs in are equally buggy.

    and Im sorry, youre never going to talk me into that 😛

    that’s plain and simply a case of ppl not knowing the limitations of the themes/CSS they are using.

    Root, if it is a default theme, it should be fixed. Sure I can change the theme, but won’t the new custom one have even more ‘bugs’?

    whooami, what would you call this, if not a bug? and ant?

    whooami

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    did you read what I typed? if you dont read, ive no time to debate.

    It is not a bug. It is inconsistent rendering across platform in the theme. A skilled designer can eliminate that with no problem. It is a mystery to many of us why it is like that. 🙂

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