Are you missing an ad setting for the "Question and Answer Moderation" page?
I ask because on that page, I keep getting an ad at the top of the page for a local car dealership. Everywhere else the ads appear to be relevant.
If an ad's off-topic then the upper left hand corner should have a little "x". Take a screenshot of the ad, click the "x" and drag the screenshot onto reporting system and report it.
We used to be able to sniff what ads were being shown but they are making it extremely difficult. All we can do now is constantly refine and update the blocked advertisers and blocked categories (of which there are a zillion) list to ensure remnant ads (ads we show when our main sponsors are up to date) are relevant and on-topic.
Actually, there was no [x] in the upper left corner, just the AdChoices in the upper right corner.
Do you still have that [x] functionality? I don't see it on any of the ads right now.
Maybe it's a browser thing. I will check it out in Chrome.
Of course now it is not showing that stalking car ad anymore. It's as if they know...
Yeah, it looks like the little [x] is missing on the ads in my IE 11.0 on Win7 64-bit.
I see it in Chrome and Firefox.
"When you don't know what you're doing it's best to do it quickly" - Jase #DuckDynasty
The [x] is only there for ads that we identify as being from a remnant provider. The ads we server directly from our Developer Media division are hand picked (and trust me - I'm picky) and don't have the moderation option.
This member is a spammer: Member Profile[^] But he can't be reported as such because there is no report flag, or even a at-code for it to be next to.
If you click on "member profile" on the left, it takes you to this account: Member 14596 - Professional Profile[^] which is clearly unrelated and hasn't been used for years acroding to teh rep graph.
We can reject his posts, but we can't kick him!
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
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.
The "Submit" button in the "Have a Question or Comment" box seems randomly not to work. If I post a comment and press submit it sometimes just closes the box but the posted comment does not appear. I have tried resubmitting but to no avail. If I refresh the page the comment still does not appear: so where does it go? This is definitely random as I have posted comments that do appear immediately.
I think that many of us who spend the time trying to answer members' questions are frustrated by the current "Have a Question or Comment?" box. I know that I have significantly reduced the number of responses to questions due to frustration with the dialog box.
IMHO, what is needed is a dialog box something like the solutions dialog or like the box I used to enter this message. With such a box I could easily format my response without actually using the solution dialog box. This makes my response more professional.
Questions and comments are deliberately meant to be brief. Their purpose is solely to get more info in order to provide the best question. Ultimately the questions / comments would (in a perfect world) disappear once the main question is answered.
With this in mind, what specifically would you like to see changed?
Again, the current input box is difficult to format. But I strongly hesitate to use the Solution input because that would move the question to a different category. I recognize, and I think most answerers recognize, that non-solutions are short. But the fight I have with the non-solution input is more than I care to contend with.
I'd like to see an input box based on an HTML input. Simple but effective. If an answerer doesn't want formatting, it can be ignored. But to someone like myself, who prides themselves in a professional looking response, the HTML input features would provide desired formatting features.
From earlier comments I have made. Also suggest adding a Spell Checker.
You never create the file named pathString. Therefore both of the tests
if ( System.IO.File.Exists ( pathString ) )
fail. That means your program does nothing.
What are you trying to do?
I think you may be a little confused by autocomplete TextBoxes, ComboBoxes, and ListBoxes. An autocomplete TextBox does not operate the way you suggest. No KeyDown event needs to be provided; just the list of entries that autocomplete will provide. That list can be dynamic. See the MSDN article https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.windows.forms.textbox.autocompletemode(v=vs.90).aspx.
It appears that your text-to-speech conversion is the culprit. Have you tried a different TTS engine? When I was working on the Improved Precision Approach Radar Trainer (IPART)<\a> project, I found that TTS engines varied gratly in performance.
If that doesn't do, Google "c# append .wav files". There are many suggestions there.
We can definitely de-activate your account, but I strongly recommend not using your same email to create a new account. Sometimes the site gets confused, and thinks the old de-activated account is your new one and the two accounts become merged and things break.
I just observed a thing, i up voted my own article (I tried this experiment a couple of times).
When i saw my "Reputation History" i was awarded 10 points, but the total count was not updated.
I feel we should not be able to up vote any of our own articles (only others should).
Has any one faced such situation?
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