I don't like it. It has one or two things on it usually, and sometimes the one thing is something that was there two days prior, also as one of only one or two things. There is no variety. I used to get something that made me come here. Now, if there's one thing and it's on a subject in which I have no interest, I just move on to another email. I don't visit here. If that's what you want, less traffic, then that's fine...I guess.
I put this here, because I can't find a link that says "Feedback"
I think, this list was moved here so that before posting bugs, someone can see if the same bug has been posted/in progress or not. But this list is not getting updated.Its same since it has been moved.
"When you don't know what you're doing it's best to do it quickly"- SoMad
Everything doesn't have to be words. That's very obviously not a tip nor is it a trick. Most of his article content is about visual aspects, so images do make sense. What I'd question is the rationale behind someone writing an MDI/WinForms tutorial in 2014. 13 years too late in my opinion. But that's a subjective thing. Just because this site's about cutting edge programming technologies does not mean we should frown upon someone writing on a legacy topic. Personally I'd love to see an article on 8088 architecture here. Just for the nostalgia kicks!
I'm currently working on an article covering emulation of a legacy system. I saw several article that covers the same subject (NES emulator, x86 emulator...) and they are all over the place. So it would be nice if a new article category could be added, something like "General Programming > Emulation".
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
So I've noticed that I've stopped getting e-mails saying people have replied to my answers/comments. I've also stopped getting notifications in the top corner of the page. I have to keep checking questions I've posted solutions on to see if there is a response.
Is anyone else having the same issue or knows how I could fix it?
I've checked my account settings and the e-mails still seem to be enabled.