Nobody else has mentioned this, so I guess it's just me...
First. My stats are below my avatar, instead of to the right. This is in both my profile and hubs. The whole right-side of that grey box area is blank.
The second has to do with my hub title listings in my profile, specifically the first block of 6 titles. The first 2 lines of each title are fine, but the 3rd line is chopped off, missing, etc. I can see maybe the top ten percent of the characters in the 3rd line.
The titles below in the favorites sections are fine.
I'm only seeing this on my profile and my hubs. When I look at other's profiles and hubs, they all look as they should be. It's only mine that appear to be awry.
Darn it! I figured it out. It has to do with the ctrl+ memory. When you ctrl+ a page, FF remembers and keeps that every time you go back to that page. It was my ctrl+'ing the thing some time in the past that caused the problem, as in when I ctrl-'ed it, it fixed everything right up. I'll leave this thread here for the next person this happens to.
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