Thanks for reply .My suggestion is to update that feature so that it will accept the answer when user submitted by clicking "I solved it myself" button and offcourse he has to give solutin details but when he hit submit then CP portal should accept this as solution without Op interaction.
Let me know if you need any clarification
Hope this helps , If yes the accept the answer and vote it otherwise revert back with your queries
I agree with you. imho, Tips/Tricks deserve the same rating system as articles.
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Trying to view an article in IE8 doesn't seem to be working at the moment. Initially the article displays normally, but after a half second or so, everything collapses to a column about one and one-half inches wide in the center of the page (headers, side bar menu and footers stay ok. Looks OK in Firefox...
Actually, it looks as if the article is completely obscured by a microsoft ad in that 1-1/2 " column...more Metro crap.
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I saw that my article Speech recognition in C#[^] got two votes of 5, because I saw the last 2 messages in the forum. Normally, if I get a message in the forum of my article, I get a notification. But I didn't get 2 notifications, and I didn't get 2 emails. Is it just me?
In some cases, my signature will be longer than my message...
I don't know if that is being discussed earlier. Searched for it and couldn't find anything related to it. (Maybe I should improve my search skills )
Anyways what I think that can be beneficial is referencing CP members where we enter text. Like in Facebook when we type "@" and after that the name that we want to refence. Example "@Chris Maunder" that person will be notified that his name is used under some topic-question-article..
I think that might be useful some cases when the user was not cheecking and missed the subject, qeustion and the area is within his intreset and skills. So when he is referenced he can join in the conversation. Regards.
To be honest I have no idea how CP's search engine works and I wasn't saying the syntax should be the same as Facebook or something else. If it can be implemented as far the systems allows, I am sure people will get used to defined syntax for it.
About the spacing issue, I wasn't thinking of the implementation of it. It popped up in my mind while I was creating the previous suggestion because it is also related to Sergey as well so I wanted to let him know some how. That was idea which came to my mind first.
Yesterday "Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov" came up with a brilliant idea that we discussed under this[^] question in Quick Answers section.
Basic idea is to prepare a FAQ for some specific answers which is being continuelly asked and filling up the db with redundant data. Such as "index out range", "referencing null pointer" exceptions and etc. We would like to have your opinion about it. Depending on the answerwe will take action. Thanks.
This is an excellent idea. At the time when I still understood something at programming, so about 10 years ago, and C++ was THE language, Michael Dunn set up a (MFC) C++ FAQ with the most recurrent questions ( should still be available, but I am too lazy to get a link), and we would happily link to it when answering questions in the C++ forum.
So don't wait, and start it !
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It seems a good idea on the surface, but it does have drawbacks. Frequently asked questions come up in Google, (so often the OPs of such questions should have found the answer in any case) and there are going to be a lot of them even for a given topic.
The other problem that immediately springs to mind is that such questions often provide newer members a way in to start answering questions and building up their reputation on the site. If these questions are not asked, they won't get the opportunity (though given my point above, they will get asked IMO).
Well I have never thought about these facts. I think you are right about it. It will have more drawbacks to the newbees other than helping them. But as Pete advised it can be a good tip/trick or article. I will work on it and when I prepare it i will share it to public.
The maths is designed to recognise the reputation of the "bigger hitters" of Code Project. This means that a +5 from someone like myself will count more for your article than an account that was created 10 minutes ago. One of the reasons for this is so that people get rewarded more, the more they contribute - and your article/tip/whatever vote gets a heavier weight vote which people should trust more.
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