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It seems like you are unable to reach http://stack.imgur.com/ where most images on the SX network are hosted. The images work for me. Maybe your network admistrator has blocked imgur.com for some reason.


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Actually, though the animation is done by an event listener (as Matthew pointed out), there's no userscript needed. You can easily fool the javascript part by setting the animation duration to 0s in CSS: .vote-up-off:hover, .vote-down-off:hover { animation-duration: 0s; } That did it for me at least.


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The first thing to understand was that this Stack Exchange site graduated from beta to a full site two and a half years ago. The design was set up at that time, and at that time Android v3.x aka Honeycomb was the newest version of the Android OS. You can see the thoughts from Jin, Stack Exchange's designer in this post: Design ideas for Android.se Site. (...


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almost white background with hardly visible Honeycomb-ish pattern (come on, almost same color as the input box?) It's a background, it's not supposed to pop out. the green-ish question title and other texts may hardly point to Android, otherwise rendering the pages almost unreadable. In fact, it hurt my eyes when I checked out the newsletter in my ...


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Stack Exchange uses WebSocket on some pages (e.g. question lists, chat room) to push updates (e.g. new questions/modified posts, new chat messages) from their server to the client's browser. At the same time, SE also notifies the browser how many updates there are by setting the badge text. Browsers that support badge notification (e.g. Vivaldi, also ...


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I am in the GMT time zone and things seem synced up, so I would say it's on the GMT/UTC time. Also, at the bottom of your data box (when you hover over your username on the top bar), it gives the UTC time. However, I think winterba.sh is a number of hours ahead...


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