If you can edit, you can get the text with the html-tags and other stuff you have added into clipboard, and then paste it into another answer.
Without the editing function, then you can only copy the result as they are shown.
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 helpfull answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
There appears to be an oddity in the new article list in the Newsletter (but may also apply to various site functions).
I noticed that my latest articles appeared on the newsletter, well 3 out of the 5 did, but they were all published at the same time.
It looks like the New Article list looks at the date the article was first created and not the date the article was first published.
In my opinion this should look at the first published date, as the author might have had this in 'work in progress' for a while. As a result they may get missed of the new list as the system thinks they are old, and not new to the public.
There may be some other dark forces at play here, but it certainly looks like something is amiss.
If you post a new thread in the lounge, the page that is displayed after you press "Post Message" with your new message on it has no Green text indicating upvotes, nor do the posts them selves display the count. Not a complaint - it just looks odd.
If you get an email telling you that you can catch Swine Flu from tinned pork then just delete it. It's Spam.
I've noticed that if I browse to codeproject(tried ie and chrome). The second menu "all topics, java c# etc..." is always randomly selected to something I really don't care about. Shouldn't it always be "All articles"? It's really annoying that I have to click all articles just to get the old style of news. Oh I'm doing this as an unlogged user and it happens all the time...on more than one machine? Is this by design and if so...what's the point?
Here's the small thing I noticed , When I go to the my article page where I see all the articles listed , Number of downloads etc. I don't see the rating being displayed, As of now I have to manually click on my article link and then see the rating. BTW a week ago it was working fine.
I had somewhat different experiences. For a few past weeks, the site kept telling me I had to enable cookies, which were enabled. Different browsers, a different account and a different PC, always the same problem. Strangely, a few days ago, I did get the message to reset my password, even though the same error message had appeared.
I would like to know if there were ways to avoid that in the future.
I received the same message, in my case the problem was that the 'Current Password' was incorrect.
I didn't known the current password was different from what I though it was because I had enabled the option 'Remember me for next time' and did not need to enter the password.
After using the 'Forgot your password?' option to get a new password I was able to change it.
So if you are also using the 'Remember me for next time' option, try signing out and in again to see if you have the correct current password. If not than request a new one and change it.