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Edit Post #284632 Initial revision about 7 hours ago
Question Show headings in a preview
Currently a user who comes to create a post can only read the post's body in the preview area but, not the post heading (it's just isn't there). I suggest to show a post's title in the preview because I just find it more convenient to read all together before finally posting.
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about 7 hours ago
Comment Post #284487 @#8062 I don't recall ever not answering (or questioning) because I was afraid of down votes, but I disagree with the approach you described here; you can think that people need to "grow up" as much as you want but if istiak is right and that's a common factor than the community should adjust itself ...
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4 days ago
Comment Post #284476 @#8046 I don't know what was archived; in my mind, no post should have been archived.
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Comment Post #284523 +1. I would agree that obligating a title in a single line is better than the current situation. "Comment by `USER`" with a date and time under it might be better than just letting a user to compose a title.
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12 days ago
Comment Post #284482 You are welcome to count on me that I know enough about how to be "more to the point". At least seldom, users will post immensely long answers (or comments) with misleading personal remarks and mods won't necessarily take action. Anyway, if you think that 1,000 characters is the best character ...
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Question Allow using <kbd> in the website
I suggest to support `KBD` format in the website. Test > KBD It's not working as it is in Stack Exchange, you might want to check this post's source code. It's useful when one describes keyboard keys and better than the `Code` format for that purpose.
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13 days ago
Comment Post #284486 > don't have idea of basic things but doing advance things. If you meant to say that I don't "have idea of basic things but doing advanced things" in JavaScript or in any other field I have asked about here, I think you're wrong and in general my posts prove it, if you still don't believe me I wil...
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14 days ago
Comment Post #284489 @#8176 because they are not in the same size / not sharing the same style selector.
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Edit Post #284489 Initial revision 14 days ago
Question Please enlarge the editing window of a threaded comment
If I want to edit a threaded comment (including a threaded reply) I get, in my desktop computer, a tiny window in which it can be frustrating to navigate, especially if the content reaches the current 1,000 character limitation. tinyeditbox I cannot understand an approach to make edit windows n...
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14 days ago
Comment Post #284487 Thanks, I am skeptical towards the claim that it will encourage people to write comments rather than answers, pretty much because comments don't give any kind of reputation (and I don't necessarily mean upvotes).
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Comment Post #284483 I say, the original poster of the comment should be the only one (unless it's a mod due to say, profanity); that said, I think that the original name of a comment thread should be it's only name unless changed by mod. I'll leave the matter of how do that for the community managers.
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Comment Post #284478 @#8046 I have edited and also added an image.
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Edit Post #284483 Initial revision 14 days ago
Question Allow a user to edit a threaded comment's title after the threaded comment has been created
I suggest to allow a user to edit a threaded comment's title after the threaded comment has been published, This way, if a user published the threaded comment but forgot to add a title or didn't notice the "buried" title field under the body, than that user could always create it and/or change it ...
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Edit Post #284482 Initial revision 14 days ago
Question Don't limit characters in a threaded comment to 1,000
Often times a user wants to quote something or several things that appear in an answer (each quote could be about 500 characters long). It can be somewhat frustrating to make several threaded comments to quote several things (at least under the current mechanics). The fear of users injecting li...
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14 days ago
Comment Post #284476 @#53078 You are confusing a passage with a sub-passage, I have edited to explain.
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Comment Post #284478 Hello Monica Yes I mean to thread pages (when a new thread is created). In this thread I don't mean to propose any change to how inline comment threads are shown.
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Comment Post #284476 @#53078 I know that, as you could read I used that option in my above comment and in many other comments (some I wrote to you in the last 48 hours) so I assume that you meant to say it generally for future readers --- okay, but it's not what I talk about in this thread and IMO shouldn't be discussed ...
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Comment Post #284476 It solves the problem of not being able to split a long passage into sub-passages easily. If it's not a problem for you that's fine, but for at least one person in the entire universe it is.
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Edit Post #284480 Initial revision 14 days ago
Question Can't delete a post after a user deleted his answer
I tried to delete a question without answers after a user has deleted his answer to the post but I got the following error: > This post cannot be deleted because it has responses. I flagged and also closed the question but I assume that this error needs documentation (which I didn't find from a...
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Edit Post #284478 Initial revision 14 days ago
Question Put the title input field above the body in comment threads
I suggest to put the title input field above the body in comment threads. The commenting box is already a bit frustrating to use, as opined by some community members including myself; creating a post title under body may be nice for posts, but I don't find justification for it when creating a thre...
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Edit Post #284477 Initial revision 14 days ago
Question Allow all Markdown in threaded comments
Markdown is available in threaded comments, but not fully, for example, headings (#`#`) aren't allowed. I don't find a reason to such a limitation; it's better off to have well formatted comments for better communication (more order, more clarity, less bias in general, etc.) than not; I also think...
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Edit Post #284476 Initial revision 14 days ago
Question Allow using <br> tags when commenting
I suggest to allow `` tags when commenting in a threaded comment. In the current situation only separate passages are allowed: > Passage1 > > Passage2 `` tags improve accessibility by allowing to split passages into sub passages (which is good with very long passages of say 100 words); ...
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Edit Post #284475 Initial revision 14 days ago
Question Add an option to resize (by dragging) the commenting box
I suggest to add resizing option to the commenting box in the threaded comments section (at least on desktop display).
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14 days ago
Edit Post #284474 Initial revision 14 days ago
Question Enlarge the commenting box of threaded comments
I suggest to enlarge the commenting box of threaded comments at least by 50% height (at least on desktop display).
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14 days ago
Comment Post #284368 Hi, I meant to link to the post itself to which I tried to upload the image (link fixed). (I find the threaded comments mechanism in its current form quite confusing but that's for another discussion). I believe that you were able to upload the image and I didn't because of some caching problem...
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Comment Post #284433 `Correcting anything beyond obvious spelling errors and minor grammar has been proven not to work in the long run.` I never came across that proof in regards to splitting a question-post with two or more questions.
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Comment Post #284435 `Some questions are closely related, and therefore are better combined in a single question post. Answering such individual questions separately would be more trouble, would likely require duplicate work, and possibly cross-references to the other related questions or their answers.` I disagree wh...
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16 days ago
Comment Post #284425 I hope that by "you" you didn't mean to me personally, you could find many posts here (or in StackExchange) to which I have added much effort, and got approximately 5-75 upvotes, some I might not even recall.
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17 days ago
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Comment Post #284425 @#53196 thanks, If I understand correctly all I can say is that it might be good to write "this is a split by `MOD` of a post by `NON_MOD`".
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Edit Post #284425 Initial revision 17 days ago
Question Split any question post with two or more questions into several posts (per the number of questions) and attribute it to the asker
It can be tempting for askers to put more than one question in a post because it has the illusion of saving time, at least for the poster and maybe also for community members. You might want to consider splitting any post with at least two different unrelated questions (not a "I mean to ask" secon...
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17 days ago
Comment Post #284368 @#8176 I didn't, this is the full exact name of the file `smartphone_1.png`.
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Edit Post #284368 Initial revision 22 days ago
Question A png image isn't uploaded with the error according to which images should be .png etc.
I try to upload a `.png` image weighing less to two megabytes to this post but I get the following error: > Images must be one of png, jpeg, jpg, gif If it helps, I have uploaded the image to here.
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22 days ago
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Edit Post #284364 Initial revision 22 days ago
Question Enlarging the chance that clarification-question comments would be modular
Even threaded, asking two or more clarification questions in one comment can be frustrating (and a miscommunication bias) for an OP, especially if the OP doesn't speak English as a native language and/or if the OP is feeling "haunted". Since the community can't really control how many clarificatio...
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22 days ago
Comment Post #284331 @#8082 That is the post yes; anyway, the very "error" wasn't noticeable for me so I would never have guessed that hitting the submit button twice should allow posting the post; I would suggest just allowing posting posts without alt images, losing data may be very frustrating to a user, in that case ...
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23 days ago
Edit Post #284331 Initial revision 25 days ago
Answer A: Accessibility: What can we do better?
Here is a serious problem I had just in the last hour, I just came to publish a post on Software Development CD with two images, the post wasn't published because there where no alt texts to the images but I assumed it was published because I didn't notice any error; I then moved to other tasks an...
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Question Is there a Codidact community fitting for this question (or one emerging)?
Is there any Codidact network website in the horizon to accept this question? Perhaps with some edit or conceptual change the question would be a good fit for scientific speculation? > ## Daily life computerized automation as impacting the number of marriages and live births > > I understand ...
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about 1 month ago
Comment Post #283998 I personally tend to think that it would be best to show all comments, if indeed in general, people won't pass the 15-20 comments per thread ; a possible way to ensure that threads stay in in plausible longevities (and to add more website dynamicity) might be similar to what's going on in SitePoint (...
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Question Show more threaded comments after clicking the title of a threaded discussion
After clicking on the title of a threaded discussion, a user can read up to five threaded comments; if a user wants to read more, clicking "see the whole thread" is needed. I think 5 is too little and showing up to 10 threaded comments without clicking "see the whole thread" would be better It ...
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about 1 month ago
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Edit Post #283821 Initial revision about 2 months ago
Question Why should site proposals require groups?
It was written in Codidact Site Proposals page: > If you've got a group or community looking for a site, we can host it for you. Post here to let us know and we'll discuss the details. Please read our proposal guidelines first. Due to flagging, won't just one man (volunteering to be a mod of a ...
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #283808 ``` Anyone can make a typo, forget to finish the title, or delete a piece of it by accident. That wasn't the problem. The real problem was that you obviously didn't look over the post after submitting it. ``` why do you assume that this "real problem" cannot happen by mistake just as the othe...
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #283801 I don't think I am sloppy to be caught or that the feature is unnecessary but okay, opinions exchanged...
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Comment Post #283801 @#36396 I reject the claim that `that doesn't change the end result, which is ultimately all that matters`; for you people and their problems won't matter, you don't speak for al users of the site; the site can be improved to be more usable to people who speak bad English such as myself.
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #283808 I have published around 200 posts in the website and I don't recall ever not finishing the title. Your extreme confidence that the accessibility of the site cannot be improved for people like me who speak far worse English than you, is something I find destructive.
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #283801 Also @#36396 I won't be surprised that you have downvoted that post too, if so, why? Was my suggestion bad in your opinion?...
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Comment Post #283801 I don't find your comment helpful; what is the "poor writing"? Do you think that I have a "history of bad posts" due to poor English per se?. Of course I reject the thought that this is "a bunch of disorganized thoughts" and that "There is no excuse for something as obviously broken as your original ...
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Question I suggest to better format the title ("summarize your post with a title") area
By some odd mistake I wrote only about half a title to a post in Scientific Speculation yesterday: Post itself: https://scientific-speculation.codidact.com/posts/283763 Post history: https://scientific-speculation.codidact.com/posts/283763/history The post stayed like this for many hours and...
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Question How to refer members of community B to a question in community A which suits both communities?
I have asked this question in in CD LL; although it is about linguistics, it also significantly deals with software development (databases organization). If I would just link to it from a session in either CD SD or CD SD Meta, that would be somewhat weird; how could I still bring that question to ...
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Edit Post #282373 Initial revision 4 months ago
Question Allowing a user to choose which kind of comment to use --- simple or threaded
First, my warm compliments about the new threaded comments feature. In the last few days I have found that I actually needed to write a few single-line small comments and not a threaded comment. Please consider to allow a user to choose which kind of comment to use --- simple or threaded.
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Comment Post #282323 I suggest a good heading which is not a question ; and in the body of the post exampling a problem and then right after it asking "how would you suggest to solve that problem"? ; in general, from my experience, this pattern makes posts often very "hot".
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Question My opinion about why there should be two medical sciences websites in the network
Modular approach is generally good in the long run and I think that there are two "modules" to modern medicine: Non-invasive (doesn't include surgery) Invasive (includes surgery) I believe that if the network will contain Q&As about medical sciences the posts should be separated between such...
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Edit Post #282188 Initial revision 4 months ago
Question Character count appears only when posting new comments but not when editing existing ones and no error appears when limit is exceeded and one tries to save the post
Character count appears to me only when posting new comments but not when editing existing ones. This is a problem for me because it confused me not to understand why I couldn't save a comment which had 511 characters instead of the maximum of 500, without me getting any error. It happened when...
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Edit Post #282032 Initial revision 5 months ago
Answer A: Medical science site
Medical Sciences QAs is one of the best things ever happened to humanity in general ; especially when combined with AI as in Google "automatic answerer" that fits data to phrases like "Paracetamol and Ibuprofen together" or "Cannabis and Diazepam together". Please, do it; I can assure I mean to co...
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Comment Post #281882 Hi Monica, I have sent an email ; I got an (automatic?) reply saying `Just confirming that we got your request. We're on it.` ; if in the future you would require that people would send inquiries only from a form, please consider to send them a copy of their message in the automatic reply.
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Question Why isn't there a "contact us" button in the footer of this website?
As far as I know, a "contact us" button (or alike) is both an accessibility standard and a business standard, to say the least. I want to write to the community managers privately --- and please unlike the StackExchange team, kindly do identify by name and operational title if and when you reply.
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Question Making question (and answer) posting tips sections more formatted
I suggest adding some format to question (and answer) Posting tips section so that instead, for example: > Questions get better answers if they are specific and clearly written. > > Feature requests get better responses if they explain why the proposed change is a good idea. > > Bug reports g...
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This is a run on but more convenient
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Comment Post #281611 Yep, "network profile" is pretty much what I aimed to.
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Comment Post #281602 Hello Alexei, in plea go through my last edits in which I tried to clarify exactly what webpage I seek. Thanks,
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Question Understanding how posts were possibly received by the community --- network wide
I would always claim that anonymous upvoting and downvoting are a crappy quality assurance method causing more harm than good in the long run due to unbased (or well based) accumulated hostility and would generally not even use it but if it is the only method to get communal feedback on a user's post...
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Answer A: Why is there a rep system in Codidact?
I agree with the notion that reputation numbers cause more harm than good, at least in general and at least in the long run. I was not convinced by any argument I have read so far to why its "sorely needed" here in Codidact. People ask questions and give answers about fields of knowledge that t...
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Comment Post #281462 @Quintec‭ from my experience in Q&A communities, the moment something is rigorously quoted it becomes almost impossible without bad winds of harsh criticism and accusations of trying to hide the history. Olin Lathrop's answer examples that indeed there is such a grasp.
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Comment Post #281463 About the second one: `You seem to want to pretend that something you wrote originally never happened after you edit it out.` I didn't mean that for a minute; by that logic, no one can improve a question and "bad" questions are deemed to be "bad" pieces of content forever... Let along, when there is ...
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Comment Post #281463 I recognize three parts in your answer. About the first one: `It makes it clear what exactly is being replied to.` I think that an answer is not a set of replies as that is what comments are for. ` It protects the answerer from changes to the question.` these aren't bad in general. `The quotes can a...
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Question Disallowing quoting question parts in answers, rather, in comments only
Quoting parts of questions in answers is a problem because it prevents the legitimacy of a question's OP to try to improve a bad question in case community members think the question is bad by heavily downvoting it, let along, explaining severe problems unclarity or misleadingness in the question. ...
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Comment Post #281233 Hello, Monica and sorry for my late reply; sadly I have already done all improvements on SE, before reading your comment. Anyway, I just read that my question there has no upvotes and the only answer it got there also has no upvotes; given the draconian, automatic content-treatment of SE, I assume th...
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Question How to ensure that duplicating a post from another website won't cause content duplication that would hurt Codidact's SEO?
I have published this post in Unix and Linux StackExchange. I want to post it here as well (in Software Development Codidact), because it didn't get answers on U&L SE. I cannot delete my post in U&L SE because I am not registered to that site (they don't give an option to anonymous users to del...
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Comment Post #281208 Hello, good I have kept a backup of it; since I can't paste it probably anywhere in Codidact, I have pasted it in **JustPaste.it**: https://justpaste.it/90xq3
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Question I can't post a comment to an answer ; jquery errors appear in (Chrome) browser console
I can't post a comment to this answer. I tried to paste the markdown of this comment here as a quote or inside `` tags but if I publish this bug report then I get a "Sorry you have been blocked" CloudFlare message. Chrome browser console errors: Uncaught (in promise) TypeError: Cannot read...
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Comment Post #281195 I prefer not to use screenshots at all due to usability principles; raw inclusion (`<pre>` tags?) won't really describe what I was expecting, but if you meant everything the same with no background color I guess that's good enough.
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Comment Post #281195 Hello luap42 ; thank you for submitting the issue about `[dir]` and for the detailing --- to solve the problem of my need in grey background color for displaying the output, what markdown approach will you (or any other maintainer) suggest me to take?
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Question `dir=rtl` and inline HTML CSS styling aren't working (quite urgent)
`dir=rtl` and inline HTML CSS styling, which I need to properly format my following post on Software Development Codidact, aren't working; The source code preview of the post doesn't correctly match the final output of the post: https://software.codidact.com/posts/281193/edit https://softwar...
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Comment Post #281039 I just tried to edit the question and again had to go through a similar process (I think it might be with any edit this way) ; I humbly suggest to consider to ease the rules a bit more for edits, if it's a swift and easy task... For your kind consideration...
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Comment Post #281039 Okay, nice, now I was first asked to click "I am not a robot" and then had two sessions of picking images which includes boats, after doing so my question was finally posted. Thank you !
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Comment Post #281037 @ArtOfCode here it is: https://ibb.co/YL8DDPS ; IP address censored ;
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Comment Post #281037 I have gladly shared it here: https://wtools.io/paste-code/b4gG
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Question I cannot post PHP on CoDidact software development
I cannot paste some HTML-CSS-PHP code which I have tried and would like to ask a question about in CoDidact Software Development. When I publish my question I just get redirected, time and again to a webpage saying "You have been blocked" (it's good my question heading and body weren't deleted and...
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Comment Post #74861 I recall mostly bad experiences from English Language and German language SE; back in the day at Linguistics SE I met there `user:bytebuster` who told me something like he tried to start a "Thai" community in StackExchange Area51 but the suggestion didn't get enough attention and deleted (to this day...
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Comment Post #74870 Woosh, the comment posting windows here are small for me; if I knew how to use Git I would make a pull request for `textarea.form-element.is-small {min-height: 8em}` instead the current `4em`.
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Comment Post #74870 and, I think that adding some pop-up notification such as "please only suggest a site if you are a group of at least N of people already willing to work together to maintain it --- please don't suggest a site only as one person" (or similar); kindly,
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Comment Post #74870 Hello; I personally wouldn't make a compare to a construction site but I got the message behind the metaphor. That said; I would agree that more caution is needed from all users, but I share that ATMO the UI needs to be more "stage by stage"; take for example the "review before posting" mechanism the...
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Comment Post #74864 Hi; your fine answer brought me to write this: https://meta.codidact.com/questions/74868
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Question Triggers for cognitive biases for non native English speakers in this site as web-accessibility issues
I dedicate this post to ArtOfCode and Monica; this is my "I welcome myself" post and I wrote it also based on seven years of experience with StackExchange. I admit I was a bit lost with the site by means of web accessibility. English is not my first language so I am more prone to cognitive ...
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Question I suggest a "MediaWiki Answers" sort of site
I suggest a "MediaWiki Answers" sort of site. MediaWiki is the most common (yet perhaps most elusive) CMS out there as being the CMS of the website Wikipedia and of many similar websites. I myself own an RTL MediaWiki website and to maintain it I often need to check the MediaWiki documentation,...
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Question I suggest a Thai languages Codidact
I am a student of common Thai language for nearly a year. I understand that common Thai language is about at least 75% similar to other Tai Kra-Dai languages such as Lao; let along, the writing systems are very similar and I can read a bit of Lao even though I never studied Lao for a moment. I ...
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Comment Post #74847 Mrs. Cellio, what a nice surprise for me to get a comment from you - well am, I personally think it's both; most of the time I came across "minimalist" branches within Art, Music, Religion, Architecture (especially modern Japanese/Korean), Sci-Fi and UFO art (minimalist Alien spacecrafts exterior and...
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Comment Post #74847 HI; I agree it could be hard to unite so much under this one frame: All unanswered questions I asked in StackExchange are gone since I left the site so I don't have content and I never encountered people interested in general Minimalism as myself, but please take a look at: https://graphicdesign.stac...
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Question I suggest a minimalism site
I suggest a minimalism site in which people can ask questions about anything that has to do with the terms "minimalist approach" or "minimalism". A minimalist approach can have cases such as in: - Minimalist architecture: Architecture with least properties beyond practical demands - Minimalist...
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