Why are Crucible top comments are always hidden by CSS?

Screen Shot 2017-04-26 at 10.55.35.pngWhat I see is the top comment is hidden due to the .comment-list class' overflow:hidden property (see image below) When I remove the overflow: hidden it appears as normal.

Screen Shot 2017-04-26 at 10.56.29.png

I've removed all chrome extensions in hope that this was the issue, but its still occuring, anything else I can do to fix this or is it a bug with the tool?

This is happening only in Chrome and on Mac OSX. I can view crucible comments fine in Firefox and also on Windows in Chrome. But this issue is recent, within the last few months I believe.


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What version do you use? I've checked the most recent one (4.4) and it has `overflow` set to `visible`.

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Version:3.10.2 Build:20151130101412 2015-11-30

I'm not in control of the updates but perhaps I can put in a request to update

This version, unfortunately, has overflow set to hidden.
I would suggest you request upgrading to the most recent version of Crucible.

BTW according to Atlassian Support End of Life Policy 3.10 version support ends on Oct 28, 2017. So upgrading makes sense.

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