Depending on what I am working on, I might be looking for C++, C#, MFC or some other specific things and it makes it difficult to find that little piece of information that makes my day when the tags are not present in that overview.
I know I can filter the article list on tags, but I prefer not to as I might miss a related gem having a different tag. Besides, if I don't clear the filter manually, it seems to stay there when I navigate to other areas of the site.
"When you don't know what you're doing it's best to do it quickly" - Jase #DuckDynasty
Today I had a question, and nobody answered. But I have solved it finally. I wanted to add my solution as it should be added, but I have not found "I have solved it myself" widget. So I added it as normal answer. And at that moment the missing widget appeared. So I posted my solution there too. But I couldn't delete my other answer. And that one was accepted automatically, even after rejecting it.
Oh, and by the way, by rejecting my normal answer, I have lost 200 points Why?
No comment, suggestion, or answer after 4 days... seem to be my very own problem...
I have been wondering about this the whole past three months:
Can we define a default signature somewhere in our settings or do we have to set it up every time we post a message from scratch (I currently use this method )?
I haven't found anything - even though I looked in the FAQ and every settings option of my account but there was nothing...
These people doesn't even have the technical capabilities to search their question on google, so why don't CP has a filter mechanism that, when people post "Quick Answer" question, they must post their code and without a piece of code, they are not allowed to post question.
What do others think about this?
Think! Don't write a line of code unless you absolutely need to.
And if I have a question requesting clarification about about a design pattern? Do I have to make up code for this? Perhaps I'm asking a question about a particular architecture I'm considering and I want to know if anyone can see any holes in the design I'm planning.
I was brought up to respect my elders. I don't respect many people nowadays.