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You know, I think you do kind of have a point. Frankly, our current "on hold" notice design is horrible. Not only does it blend in with the ads with its boxy and text-packed design (which makes it l …
answered Jan 26 '14 by Ilmari Karonen
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Currently, the threshold for approving or rejecting a suggested edit is two approve / reject votes, whichever is reached first. This means that, when bad or just dubious edits get approved, it's ofte …
asked Jan 23 '14 by Ilmari Karonen
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(Yes, the title is obviously hyperbole. See comments below.) In this comment, Shog9 confirms that all links from meta sites to outside the Stack Exchange network are marked with rel=nofollow, causing …
asked Dec 16 '13 by Ilmari Karonen
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It turns out that this limitation exists only in the UI — the Stack Exchange backend is perfectly happy to accept flags for comments you've upvoted, it's only the button to bring up the flag dialog th …
answered Jan 14 '14 by Ilmari Karonen
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When a question has many answers, the Stack Exchange software will split them onto several pages. As of mid-2009, the second and later pages have included a rel=canonical link tag pointing to the fir …
asked Apr 30 '12 by Ilmari Karonen
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Update: This has been implemented according to the slightly more aggressive manner proposed in this answer below. OK, so this is the second time I've come across a perfectly valid bug report here o …
asked Feb 17 '14 by Ilmari Karonen
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Recently, the TeX.SE question "\[\mu\] is printing the Greek letter mu on a separate single line" got onto the Hot Network Questions list. Like many questions on TeX.SE, it contains some TeX markup i …
asked Apr 13 '14 by Ilmari Karonen
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The point of the "share" links is to be short, so that you can e.g. tweet them easily. Adding the slug to those links would pretty much defeat their main purpose. Yes, it's sometimes annoying to hav …
answered Oct 23 '15 by Ilmari Karonen
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I'd support this if Imgur added support for SVG images and removed the size limit from PNG images (or at least raised it to something more reasonable than 1 MB). Until that happens, though, there are …
answered Oct 9 '14 by Ilmari Karonen
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There's a whole bunch of unfixed issues with the way spoilers are implemented in the Stack Exchange CSS: They don't work for code blocks (at least not on sites using prettify). On older sites, they …
asked Jan 28 '14 by Ilmari Karonen
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As a workaround while this request is pending, there exist several client-side workarounds that can be used to enable LaTeX rendering in chat, including: ChatJax, a set of bookmarklets by robjohn to …
answered Feb 13 '14 by Ilmari Karonen
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After what turned out to be a somewhat excessively long delay, version 1.16 of my Stack Overflow Unofficial Patch (SOUP) user script now includes a client-side CSS patch to fix this. Basically, what …
answered Jun 3 '14 by Ilmari Karonen
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As a subtle alternative to Mad Scientist's suggestion, we could simply add a noindex meta tag to the profile pages of users with less than some minimum amount (say, 5 or 10 points) of rep. This would …
answered Nov 28 '17 by Ilmari Karonen
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Here's a quick JS hack that seems to do the trick: $('head link[rel=stylesheet]').attr('href', '//cdn.sstatic.net/Sites/' + (/\bmeta\./.test(location.hostname) ? 'betameta' : 'beta') + '/all.cs …
answered Feb 17 '16 by Ilmari Karonen
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The profile editing breakage turns out to be caused by a simple bug in user.js. Specifically, the line that currently reads: if (StackExchange.options.site.isEnterprise || !(google && google.maps) …
answered May 8 '17 by Ilmari Karonen

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