Sidebar page tree incorrectly displaying pages at root depth

On Friday (November 11, 2016), my Confluence Cloud space's the page tree worked as expected. Today (November 14, 2016) the page tree is showing pages that it shouldn't at the root depth.

For example, the page 'The World Component' is three levels deep. Here it incorrectly shows in the sidebar at the root level:



On 'The World Component' page itself, you can see its depth in the breadcrumb:


You can also see the depth of 'The World Component' page from the Reorder Pages page:



Is this a bug? Or is there a setting I'm unaware of, that someone else might have changed?

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I'm seeing this same issue, at the same time as Michael has noted in his questions.

Thanks for confirming.

I am having the same issue but others are not. I believe it is a browser issue as when looking at it in Fire Fox, it displays correctly. The browser having issues for me is Chrome

Thanks Brad. Atlassian appear to have fixed the issue, so I didn't get a chance to compare Chrome with Firefox on this one.

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