Threads graph - if both actual values and average is displayed, the average line is much thinner and often not visible behind the (much more dense) values. Could the average be thick and values thin?

Tasks graph: I've sometimes noticed, that I can select a few projects and see their tasks graphs, but as soon as I select any of a few other projects, all graphs disappear. No matter whether Combine projects is selected. (This is when the "Over a period of:" (= Timespan) checkbox is deselected, i.e. "All times" data.)

If I select the Timespan and play with the days, I can find a borderline - with less days, all is fine, with more days, all graphs suddenly disappear.

With other words: I can select even a 190 day Timespan. After selecting a few (or all) projects (from a group of 11 "good" projects), their tasks are displayed in graphs, for 7.10.-6.12.2011. Selecting any of the remaining 6 projects (e.g. SETI@home) causes all graphs to disappear (and the graph baseline gets 6.10.-6.12.2011). But after lowering the Timespan to 60 days, the graphs get displayed again (and the graph baseline gets 7.10.-6.12.2011). Then I select one more project (form the "bad" ones - Rosetta), graphs disappear (and the graph baseline gets 6.10.-6.12.2011). After lowering the Timespan to 59 days, the graphs get displayed again (and the graph baseline gets 7.10.-6.12.2011). Now after selecting any (or all) from the remaining "bad" ones, all graphs remain correctly displayed.

(I remember there was already a similar bug in the far past, with Credit Graphs disappearing this way.)

Project rank column - what is the second number? What about right-aligning the ranks?

Find computers - the range is assumed according to the mask? What about environments with huge masks

and trying to scan just a small known range (like 50 IP's)?