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Indicates a reproducible problem on the site that you believe is due to a mistake, malfunction, or programming error.

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http://twitter.com/codinghorror/status/1165936105 Dear Next Person Who Opens a Pluralization 'Bug', I will personally come to your house and bludgeon you to death with a giant S But not you. I like you. You're nice. …
answered Jul 26 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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In addition to Popular Demand's "funny because it is true" comment .. [Precognitive badge] teaches an important lesson to people who try to earn every last badge. The Precognitive badge appears …
answered Dec 9 '10 by Jeff Atwood
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I think your "browser" is mangling the cookies and/or response URLs. Even though this is not a supported browser, it's interesting to hear about this, because we kept wondering what those bizarre err …
answered Nov 15 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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Here's what we have in the substitution table public static string RemapInternationalCharToAscii(char c) { string s = c.ToString().ToLowerInvariant(); if ("àåáâäãåą".Contains(s)) { …
answered Jul 21 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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The over 100% is intentional -- just indicates that you've gone the "extra mile" beyond the minimum required. http://www.merryswankster.com/images/SpinalTap_Eleven-thumb.jpg
answered Oct 7 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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Just redefine it as "you received a lot of upvotes in a single day". So I think it is correct in spirit.
answered Feb 20 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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No, that is eminently sometimes possible. We don't block answers that are "in flight" at the time of close, the window for answering -- assuming you've started composing an answer before the question …
answered Feb 15 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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Incorrect, it is: Meta Stack Overflow http://meta.stackoverflow.com and SO is: Stack Overflow http://stackoverflow.com
answered Sep 2 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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Indeed, thanks for pointing out that loophole; deleting content now adds no flag weight for the user who cast the deciding deletion vote. I plugged it for now, and we'll go back and correct any situa …
answered Sep 17 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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Indeed we broke Limiting Self-Answers so a fix is rolling out ASAP. Sorry about that.
answered Sep 23 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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We can't in good conscience have people going around with exclamation-mark shaped holes in their souls, now can we?
answered May 1 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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Yes, if you absolutely, positively must have code RIGHT AFTER a bulleted list, then you need something between the two elements to seperate them. You can use an HTML comment or other non-printable ele …
answered Nov 13 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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Good point -- I converted it to wiki. Though I think everyone involved deserved the rep and badges they got thus far, without the Parsing badge..
answered Nov 19 '09 by Jeff Atwood
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We now use a form of sliding expiration, so as long as close/reopen votes keep arriving at the rate of at least one every 4 days, they will not expire. Once the votes do expire, vote aging happens ev …
answered Jul 6 '11 by Jeff Atwood

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