The number of reviews are no longer shown, so this bug is no longer apparent. Instead, we have grey and red notification dots to indicate pending reviews:
When the queues start to get busy, a red notification dot will be shown on the top bar as well:
status-declined, although that doesn't tell the whole picture. It's not that Stack Exchange won't fix this, it's that they can't.
According to the Meta SE post linked by @PrivatePansy above, Gravatar appear to have changed their underlying engine that renders the Gravatar image. The end result is that some people ended up with a Gravatar that was vastly ...
This bug (as described by @MichalPerlakowski) was fixed as of October 2020:
A fix for this is now in place:
When you click "edit" on the question, a check is now made to see if a suggested edit is in place.
If there is a pending suggested edit for review, you will either load the inline suggested review modal (in the case of an ...
Until this is fixed, another workaround which I'm using myself is to right click the image, and choosing "Open image in new tab": (or its equivalent in your browser, below is for Chrome)
This will open the full size image in a new browser tab.
This is due to incorrect rounding. It has been partially fixed, but only for years: Post was closed before it even existed is status-completed.
I think your particular case might be the same as this meta SE bug report:
Inconsistent rounding of "months ago" which is currently status-deferred - according to JNat♦ (Community Manager at SE) there are ...
Zooming in from the widget itself doesn't work for me too, I don't know if this is intended or not.
In a meantime, you can go to "Hall of Fame" meta question and search for this screenshot there: Screenshot of the Week - Hall of Fame (this link is also included in the screenshot widget)