Every time I click on the answer box below a question, a box shows up saying:
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I've tried clicking the "ok" button a couple of times, assuming it would either set a cookie in my browser or even change a setting on my account, but the thing just keeps popping up. Because I think I get how I am supposed to answer now that I've read it a thousand times, I'd like to be able to just hide it permanently instead of having to hide it temporarily every time I want to answer a question.
Is this possible?
Could you please make a kind of checkbox on the "Your Answer" box, or a setting in the preference, that you can manually disable this box? Otherwise, could you make it hide automatically after clicking "ok" more than a certain amount of times? I can appreciate the suggestions, but it doesn't make sense to me to keep showing that message after somebody's clicked "ok" a couple of times already.