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Sometimes I see a question that I'd like to know the answer to, but that has not been answered yet.

It would be nice if I could save that question in a personal 'favorite questions' list, so that I could easily find it again later (to check back with the question later if it has been answered).

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That little star under the up/down vote buttons next to each question is used for saving favorite questions.

Then, to review your favorites, you can go to your profile (click your name), and you'll see a "Favorites" tab.

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Ah! Thank you, I hadn't discovered that yet. – Jesper Oct 11 '09 at 21:54
    
What OS/Browser are you using? That font is cute. – perbert Oct 11 '09 at 22:29
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For what it's worth, the preferred method of highlighting parts of images on Meta is to use freehand circles, and some pickier users demand a drop-shadow effect. – Super Long Names are Hilarious Oct 11 '09 at 23:03
    
@voyager: Ubuntu 9.04/Firefox 3.0. @Chris: Noted. (And with 7 upvotes on your comment, it must be really preferred!) – Mark Rushakoff Oct 12 '09 at 4:32
    
I'm also on Ubuntu 9.04/FF 3.0 ... You don't have neither the liberation-fonts nor the ms-ttf font packages right? That must be it :) – perbert Oct 12 '09 at 17:26
    
@voyager: no results for locate on either of those fonts. So, I have no idea which font my version of Firefox is using. – Mark Rushakoff Oct 13 '09 at 2:09
    
@Mark: you can use firebug to check that, but most likely is ´free sans´ or ´deja vu sans´ – perbert Oct 13 '09 at 5:58

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