6 replaced http://meta.stackexchange.com/ with https://meta.stackexchange.com/
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I'm going to miss that one! That was indeed useful to double check specifics from the OP. Where can we sign the petition to bring it back?


Edit: to clarify my thoughts... I totally get that new development generally needs to be biased towards new users, and (realistically) monetization: if there was a new [feature-request] "add a back to question link", I'd merrily say "hold [ctrl] when you click". But lets not actively spend dev time making things more awkward for the site addicts. Pretty please.


Edit edit: [ctrl]+(click back button) in Chrome does what we need ;-p (at least, it does in 4.x4.x). You are using your employer's browser, yes?

I'm going to miss that one! That was indeed useful to double check specifics from the OP. Where can we sign the petition to bring it back?


Edit: to clarify my thoughts... I totally get that new development generally needs to be biased towards new users, and (realistically) monetization: if there was a new [feature-request] "add a back to question link", I'd merrily say "hold [ctrl] when you click". But lets not actively spend dev time making things more awkward for the site addicts. Pretty please.


Edit edit: [ctrl]+(click back button) in Chrome does what we need ;-p (at least, it does in 4.x). You are using your employer's browser, yes?

I'm going to miss that one! That was indeed useful to double check specifics from the OP. Where can we sign the petition to bring it back?


Edit: to clarify my thoughts... I totally get that new development generally needs to be biased towards new users, and (realistically) monetization: if there was a new [feature-request] "add a back to question link", I'd merrily say "hold [ctrl] when you click". But lets not actively spend dev time making things more awkward for the site addicts. Pretty please.


Edit edit: [ctrl]+(click back button) in Chrome does what we need ;-p (at least, it does in 4.x). You are using your employer's browser, yes?

5 Fixup of bad MSO links to MSE links migration
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I'm going to miss that one! That was indeed useful to double check specifics from the OP. Where can we sign the petition to bring it back?


  

Edit: to clarify my thoughts... I totally get that new development generally needs to be biased towards new users, and (realistically) monetization: if there was a new [feature-request] "add a back to question link", I'd merrily say "hold [ctrl] when you click". But lets not actively spend dev time making things more awkward for the site addicts. Pretty please.


  

Edit edit: [ctrl]+(click back button) in Chrome does what we need ;-p (at least, it does in 4.x). You are using your employer's browser, yes?

I'm going to miss that one! That was indeed useful to double check specifics from the OP. Where can we sign the petition to bring it back?


 

Edit: to clarify my thoughts... I totally get that new development generally needs to be biased towards new users, and (realistically) monetization: if there was a new [feature-request] "add a back to question link", I'd merrily say "hold [ctrl] when you click". But lets not actively spend dev time making things more awkward for the site addicts. Pretty please.


 

Edit edit: [ctrl]+(click back button) in Chrome does what we need ;-p (at least, it does in 4.x). You are using your employer's browser, yes?

I'm going to miss that one! That was indeed useful to double check specifics from the OP. Where can we sign the petition to bring it back?

 

Edit: to clarify my thoughts... I totally get that new development generally needs to be biased towards new users, and (realistically) monetization: if there was a new [feature-request] "add a back to question link", I'd merrily say "hold [ctrl] when you click". But lets not actively spend dev time making things more awkward for the site addicts. Pretty please.

 

Edit edit: [ctrl]+(click back button) in Chrome does what we need ;-p (at least, it does in 4.x). You are using your employer's browser, yes?

4 Migration of MSO links to MSE links
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I'm going to miss that one! That was indeed useful to double check specifics from the OP. Where can we sign the petition to bring it back?


  


Edit: to clarify my thoughts... I totally get that new development generally needs to be biased towards new users, and (realistically) monetization: if there was a new [feature-request] "add a back to question link", I'd merrily say "hold [ctrl] when you click". But lets not actively spend dev time making things more awkward for the site addicts. Pretty please.


  


Edit edit: [ctrl]+(click back button) in Chrome does what we need ;-p (at least, it does in 4.x4.x). You are using your employer's browser, yes?

I'm going to miss that one! That was indeed useful to double check specifics from the OP. Where can we sign the petition to bring it back?


 

Edit: to clarify my thoughts... I totally get that new development generally needs to be biased towards new users, and (realistically) monetization: if there was a new [feature-request] "add a back to question link", I'd merrily say "hold [ctrl] when you click". But lets not actively spend dev time making things more awkward for the site addicts. Pretty please.


 

Edit edit: [ctrl]+(click back button) in Chrome does what we need ;-p (at least, it does in 4.x). You are using your employer's browser, yes?

I'm going to miss that one! That was indeed useful to double check specifics from the OP. Where can we sign the petition to bring it back?

 


Edit: to clarify my thoughts... I totally get that new development generally needs to be biased towards new users, and (realistically) monetization: if there was a new [feature-request] "add a back to question link", I'd merrily say "hold [ctrl] when you click". But lets not actively spend dev time making things more awkward for the site addicts. Pretty please.

 


Edit edit: [ctrl]+(click back button) in Chrome does what we need ;-p (at least, it does in 4.x). You are using your employer's browser, yes?

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