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Can the site(s) be used by specified users to achieve specified goals?

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On an old question with no accepted answer, the user sees a "start a bounty" link/button: After clicking this they get the following: My suggestion would be to move the "What is a bounty?" link …
asked Jul 10 '09 by Kip
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If an unregistered user goes to answer a question, they have the option of OpenID login, but there are no easy OpenID buttons (like the "Google" and "Yahoo" buttons on the login screen). http://img65 …
asked Feb 18 '10 by Kip
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When checking/unchecking the "Notify daily of any new answers" on a question that has already been asked, there is nothing to give the user feedback that the check has been registered. An AJAX event …
asked Dec 2 '09 by Kip
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When closing a post as an exact duplicate, there is a prompt to enter the question it is a duplicate of. If there have been other votes to close as a duplicate, you will see the posts those other use …
asked Jul 23 '09 by Kip
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I noticed that user rep in tooltips for usernames in comments has been implemented. This is great, except that the tooltip doesn't provide any context as to what this number is. It is just a raw numbe …
asked Dec 18 '09 by Kip
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Possible Duplicate: Make links in monospaced format look more like links. Something I spotted on this answer today: If a link's text contains backticked code, there is no visual change when h …
asked Oct 21 '09 by Kip
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I just tried to pick a vanity url for my public CV, and I find that it auto-saves too quickly. I wanted a vanity url like "john-doe". But if I don't type it fast enough, the auto-save of "john-" rem …
asked Oct 28 '09 by Kip
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Please do not make tab key insert an actual tab! Many users (well, at least this one) rely on the tab key to change focus when they are not using their mouse. It would break a fundamental UI feature …
answered Jun 30 '09 by Kip
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If an employer tries to contact you via SO careers you get a "click here to view your message" link. If you click it and aren't logged in, you have to log in. This brings me to two issues I had: Af …
asked Sep 4 '11 by Kip
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The CW checkbox is also skipped when tabbing from body to tags. Looks like title, body, tags, and submit button all have tabindex attribute specified, but not for CW or e-mail check boxes. I've never …
answered Aug 22 '10 by Kip
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Another problem I found with picking a vanity url for my public CV on Careers: the auto-save always moves the cursor to the end of the line. This makes it very disruptive to change the url. Say I us …
asked Oct 28 '09 by Kip
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Great idea, though I think some of that can be cut back. No need to explain lists or headlines or even backticks. Just bold, italics, and code block will probably suffice. And maybe the editor wind …
answered Oct 26 '09 by Kip