I just noticed this at the bottom of this question on SU:

Chrome 2.0.172.33 Chrome

Firefox 3.5 Firefox

EDIT Can anyone with Chrome 3 take a look and tell us if it's wrong there too?

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2+ year later, still not fix? –  SgtOJ Sep 15 '11 at 6:54
    
meta.superuser.com/questions/4824/… / 10k+ only –  Sathya May 9 '12 at 16:20
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That's actually the way the browser renders rounded corners. It can be fixed by using a background image instead of border-radius, but it will most likely be "fixed" in Chrome sooner or later.

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In Opera 9.61, the tags look like this:

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The square corners are because Opera has no support for border-radius. Though I don't understand why then the borders are in seperate elements (causing them to wrap seperately) since they're using border-radius. –  Macha Jul 30 '09 at 18:06
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The border looks fine in other contexts (not at the end of the line in the header at the bottom of the page). So this is a bug in Chrome - likely miscalculating the clipping region.

Edit: Just checked this in the latest Chromium nightly - it's even worse! Ha!

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