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  7. Wikipedia talk:Tools/Navigation popups/Archive 7

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    Go to my user page, find the "This user saved Wikipedia" userbox on my user page, and hover over the date link there. So something really does appear to be screwy. And as best I can tell, the popup text does *not* appear in the HTML source being used in either browser — it's something that is being generated on the fly by JavaScript that is ...

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