Blixt
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Is "M$" for "Microsoft" Allowed / Considered Ok?
18 votes

I would change it to Microsoft. It has a negative clang to it, plus there's no need for brevity; it just makes the post less readable.

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Community vote for "Accepted Answer" (Rep. >= 5000 only)
4 votes

I can almost understand the need for moving an answer (but really, if the person who made a question marks an answer as the answer, that answer ought to be a good one, even if there might be an answer ...

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Question with wrong answer upvoted
4 votes

As long as you don't mark the answer as the answer, people will still see it in the list of questions and will probably have a look and see your comment (or maybe they see that the answer doesn't ...

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Idea: show questions that link to the current question
1 votes

I agree. I was about to post a request to support linking questions together as a form of "follow-up questions" but decided that it would be overly complicated for something so simple (or, if you like:...

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Will Open Sourcing Stack Overflow Destroy Our Business Model?
1 votes

Open-sourcing is good. Open-sourcing Stack Overflow is a bad idea. It's so close to a finished product already. One of the major reason to open source a project like this (that I can see) would be to ...

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There is no styling of nested lists
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1 votes

This is straight from Google Chrome's user agent stylesheets: ol ol ul, ol ul ul, ul ol ul, ul ul ul { list-style-type: square; } ol ul, ul ol, ul ul, ol ol { margin-bottom: 0px; margin-...

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Can't ask a question
0 votes

This is a long-shot... but do you have Firebug for Firefox or some other tool that can monitor requests sent by your browser? It could be that something is interfering with the HTTP requests sent by ...

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"You may only fetch comments every 2 seconds" causes comment fetch failure
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As for what the replacement behavior should be, I'd recommend keeping track on the client (the browser) how many seconds have passed since the last fetch, and queue the request so that it won't be ...

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What is the origin of your SO username?
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I just use my name everywhere in the hopes to rule the first page on Google results for my name! Now that I've got 9 out of 10 for my name, I'm going for just my last name as well (only 1 out of 10)! ...

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