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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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jquery-ajax is a synonym of jquery. The synonym is being applied, and the resulting jquery is immediately ignored since that would put jquery on the post twice. See also a confused query about why th …
answered Feb 17 '14 by michaelb958
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Those two numbers mean different things. The -3 is the post's score - total upvotes minus total downvotes. The +2 is the total rep change you've earned/incurred from that post - 5 or 10 points per upv …
answered May 20 '14 by michaelb958
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Help Center, in section User Operators. Unlike the other user operators, it does not support querying arbitrary users' favourite tags; it will silently use yours instead. Interestingly, the Help Center …
answered Sep 26 '14 by michaelb958
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My guess in the comments (which turned out to be the solution) was that your cookie settings for Stack Overflow differed from your cookie settings for Programmers. SE network authentication is powered …
answered Mar 24 '14 by michaelb958
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Horrendous {mis|ab}use of direction overrides This is some normal text to lull you into a false sense of security. This is some normal text to lull you into a false sense of security. {RTL}Thi …
answered Apr 14 '14 by michaelb958
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I was playing around with the Data Explorer, and formulated the following query (this is not an SQL question; it is about the Data Explorer): SELECT TOP 2000 P.Id as [Post Link], P.Score as [Post …
asked Aug 5 '13 by michaelb958
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Yes, the OP could have made it clearer that this was actually identity, text, and web location of the user responsible for the original code. However, you as an editor do have a responsibility to not …
answered Jul 31 '13 by michaelb958
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You really should go read the legalese (specifically, the last paragraph). But in case you won't or can't, here's a quick summary: The company is legally named Stack Exchange, Inc. It uses the brand …
answered Mar 6 '14 by michaelb958
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There's already syntax for Meta tags: [meta-tag:tagname] -> tagname. As for [tag:tagname] being site-sensitive, that's an incompatible change to a lot of old posts and you'll need some good reasons to …
answered Jul 18 '13 by michaelb958
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Close votes aren't the only way to get stuff into the queue - us lowly users with less than 3000 rep can flag things to be closed, which doesn't count as a vote but kicks the question into the close-v …
answered Aug 20 '13 by michaelb958
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"On hold" is just the fancy term these days for "closed less than five days ago". See the blog post on the closing system redesign, and the help centre entry.
answered Jun 27 '13 by michaelb958
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It's already there, in the right sidebar, just under the tag list. (Except for questions with no answers; so if it's not there, just check the question).
answered Jul 2 '13 by michaelb958
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Badge notifications, apparently being a common use case of the old Notifications tab, were split out into the Achievements dropdown. It should look like this if you have a new badge (but no rep change …
answered Dec 5 '13 by michaelb958
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Given that you lost 2 rep, it sounds like you made a suggested edit to that post at some time in the past. The post has now been removed, and the +2 bonus for an accepted edit has been removed with it …
answered Nov 11 '13 by michaelb958
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It's fine. If I add up the changes displayed, and add your 1 starting reputation, I get 50. 1 - 3 +15 -10 + 2 === +44 -13 + 1 === +63 63 - 13 = 50
answered Nov 7 '13 by michaelb958

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