It's a bit surprising that you guys do not have a button or something somewhere where you can delete your account if you want to. Even FB and LI have that (granted, you need to dig for it, but nevertheless...)
imho, there really should be a clear distinction between reporting a message for abuse, spam, etc., and "voting."
I think the current situation with the non-functioning Report flag in the Lounge is probably just a temporary thing, and that CP probably working hard to fix it, soon.
“Thus on many occasions man divides himself into two persons, one who tries to fool the other, while a third, who in fact is the same as the other two, is filled with wonder at this confusion. Thinking becomes dramatic, and acts out the most complicated plots within itself, and, spectator, again, and again, becomes: actor.” From a book by the Danish writer, Paul Moller, which was a favorite of Niels Bohr.
I believe we do have an issue with this guy, if you look at his answers profile: Clickey[^] he is either an absolutely amazingly brilliant guy with the number of upvoted answers of he is sock-puppeting. My guess is that the old account 4556750, which is disabled, was him getting booted for this behavior once already. For some reason his username sounds familiar to me in this respect.
I already developed website one pc. i switched source code to another pc.
when i open that source throw the visual stdio,i got the error below.
It is an error to use a section registered as allowDefinition='MachineToApplication' beyond application level. This error can be caused by a virtual directory not being configured as an application in IIS.
Is it possible to set default layout for "Comments and Discussions" for article view? Personally I find the default "Open All" layout very annoying. I'd like to set it to "Normal" like it used to be before. Is it possible?
After a little bit of experimenting I came to conclusion that this setting is stored locally in the browser's cookie. My Firefox blocks most cookies and I also set the browser to wipe out all cookies after each session. That's why this is never remembered for me.
Suggestion: make this setting remembered on the server somewhere in user's global settings.