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A request for assistance with one of the site's features, or a question where you're expecting a concrete answer, and not discussion. If your question is not reporting a bug, requesting a new feature, or soliciting open discussion, this tag is probably the right one.

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When flagging, there are two special case options: spam and rude or abusive. What is spam, and when should I flag content as such? What is considered offensive, rude or abusive content? How does the …
asked Jul 22 '10 by Kip
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Note for moderators: Some sites, including Stack Overflow, have more permissive, overriding guidance on the handling of these flags. What makes something spam and when should I flag it? A post shoul …
answered Jul 22 '10 by Kip
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*italics* **bold** ***bold and italics*** `code` [link text](url) More details here: Text Formatting Now Allowed In Comments As for why the site doesn't tell you how to do this, I can't say. The si …
answered Oct 6 '09 by Kip
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It'd be nice if this was officially supported. The sup/sub thing is a nasty hack. IMHO support for the <small> tag would be ideal. …
answered Oct 21 '09 by Kip
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As long as you have an account on a sister site with at least 200 rep, you can get an initial 100 rep from linking your accounts. As long as this is true, that will never be a problem. If you were s …
answered Jul 16 '09 by Kip
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I provided an answer to this bounty question, which became the top-voted answer with 13 upvotes and 2 downvotes. My answer was posted after the bounty was posted. The OP never accepted an answer, an …
asked Aug 7 '09 by Kip
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This morning when I brought up SO and MSO, I was surprised to see the "First time here? Check the FAQ" bar. I checked and this also happened to me on SU and SF, and it also happened on Chrome (so it …
asked Apr 9 '10 by Kip
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Part of your problem is that Javascript markdown preview doesn't match the rendered result. For example intra_word_characters don't actually need to be escaped, even though the markdown preview impli …
answered Nov 30 '09 by Kip
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Please read before voting to close as dup. This question is an earlier instance of the same problem. I don't think this should be closed as dup because new changes have taken place since then, even th …
asked Mar 29 '10 by Kip
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What javascript library is SO using for tag autocompletion? Is it a jQuery plugin or did you write your own implementation? (I'm asking because I'm working on a GreaseMonkey script that works on/arou …
asked Nov 14 '09 by Kip
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Edit: You're right, the retag on this question does not show up, the retag I circled on the screenshot below is a different retag. As far as I know this should be showing up, so I think this is a bug. …
answered Dec 29 '09 by Kip
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Once I hit 10k on Meta I tried it a few times. The first time was for Show full reputation for 10k+ users in tooltip when hovering over rep in sig, which was completed while it had the bounty. I've s …
answered Jul 6 '10 by Kip
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Update: I think I've figured it out. I have done some deeper investigation and it looks like the reputation graph makes the following errors when computing daily rep: Casting a downvote: -0 (instead …
answered Feb 17 '10 by Kip
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I noticed (now that this bug has been fixed) that you basically get two +2 rep bonuses for suggesting a tag wiki: one for the wiki, one for the wiki excerpt. Is this really intended? It seems odd to m …
asked Feb 11 '11 by Kip
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Is this a technical problem? Is this only a lack of funcionality of the software? More of a philosophical problem. I think Jeff has said somewhere that comments aren't considered content per se, …
answered Nov 28 '09 by Kip

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