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I am using Google Chrome Version 28.0.1500.71m on Windows 8
The article is posted, I am revising it. It is already saved as Revision 4 and am just to attach the newly edited code to it. How am I to send only the code while pointing to the article and revision to attach it too?
In QA section we have "Reply" widget where people can reply to comments but it seems very faint(IE) so most of the people don't click on reply widget & add new comment instead of replying to previous message. Hence the person who has asked any question/comment doesn't get any notification & it goes unheard/unanswered irrespective the OP has reply to his message.
having the buttons "pop" out would highlight the reply functionality
In the present case, it is the whole comment block that gets highlighted when hovered, not only the reply
icon. This behavior is somehow inconsistent with the rest of the design, in which I always get a rectangular outline (or even a complete button appearing) on the clickable zone only, what clearly makes clickable zones stand out.
1. Do not highlight the whole line, but only the "reply" button, as in a forum message highlighting. So by hovering the comment, the "reply" icon background will also get dark red (or crimson or whatever the color is named, I am no woman).
2. Highlight the whole line AND get the icon background dark red.
3. Make the whole line clickable, and a click would fire up a reply. (I reckon this could be an annoying behaviour on touchscreens, as you could not touch a comment to scroll down/up).
I know that you wrote that you prefer the current behaviour, I still try my luck.
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I went to my Reputation History, and I saw that at least 15 of my answers were bookmarked (all posted in December). I've no idea why, because these answers aren't related with each other. I find that this looks strange and suspicious.
I'm posting this because I don't want to be considered as a sock-puppeteer.
The quick red ProgramFOX jumps right over the Lazy<Dog>.
Why not assume that someone(s) finds your answers valuable ?
“Human beings do not live in the objective world alone, nor alone in the world of social activity as ordinarily understood, but are very much at the mercy of the particular language which has become the medium of expression for their society. It is quite an illusion to imagine that one adjusts to reality essentially without the use of language and that language is merely an incidental means of solving specific problems of communication or reflection." Edward Sapir, 1929
A couple of hours ago, someone posted a question in which he provided a secret Twitter key. Manfred R. Bihy[^] suggested to delete his question, because even if the OP would edit his question and remove the key, the first version would still be visible. And I said that it's also possible to see deleted questions if you know the question ID (by going to the ListVersion.aspx?aid=<questionID> page and choosing the latest version). Manfred replied here[^] that he thinks deleted questions shouldn't be visible. But I use this "feature" when I report abuse if the abusive question is already deleted, to prove that it's really abuse.
So I've this suggestion: the question shouldn't be accessible if the OP deleted it, but still accessible if the question is closed after 3 reports (or perhaps when it's deleted by a Protector/Admin).
What do you think?
The quick red ProgramFOX jumps right over the Lazy<Dog>.
I'm receiving e-mails from elsewhere, just not CP. I've checked the settings and nowt is changed, all is correct.
There are no spam messages from you, or anyone else for that matter.
I even checked my hotmail account, with my olde e-mail, and that's fine with a couple of e-mails in today I know where forwarded.
I am confused.
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Too late. He's sold his place up the road from me in Melbourne (OK, 10 mins away, but I did bump into him a couple of times at our local cafe) and he's packed his mittens and is on your side of the pond already.
Do we really want to ban people for telling bad jokes?
Please see this post[^]which got the member banned.
Now I don't particularly like the bad jokes that blight the Soapbox but I don't think the intention of the report message button was to remove members who post them, which is what happened in this case. One poster has admitted in that thread that when he reported it he didn't think it would get the member banned, but I suspect the rest of the reporters knew that would be the result(and I reckon I could name them).
I thought that the idea when the down-voting was removed, was that if we didn't like something we should say so by replying to that member in order to educate them in the forum protocol, this has also happened in that thread but people still felt the need to remove him. The reporters will say that he has been warned before and didn't listen, but I think he is genuinely trying to fit in and his only crime is to post rubbish jokes - not really a banning criteria and a 'crime' that many others are guilty of in that forum, but they don't get banned.
When the remove power was in the hands of the admins, I'm pretty sure you wouldn't have removed him, so we shouldn't remove him either. After all he marked his post with a joke icon, so members who didn't like his previous jokes could have just passed on by without reading it.
Is it worth reminding the people who reported it what the report button should actually be used for?
It's not down-voting as such as that is disabled in the Soapbox. It's people using the report button as there isn't a down-vote for them to use. Johnny J has admitted there that he reported the message but didn't want to remove the member, but that is what happened. It's suggested there that it is a bug but I don't think it is because if used on a genuine spammer i.e. the live stream ones we are getting recently then you would want the report to both remove the message and the account so that they can't repeat it.
As the message is still there, I'm assuming most people went to his profile to report him directly, which is wrong. At the end of the day I think the report button should strictly be used for genuine spammers or, more rarely, somebody comes on and starts abusing people. I believe this is what it was introduced for and not for removing people that don't fit into the clique.
He always had the potential to go troll I thought, but wasn't there yet and might never have done, so I was giving him the benefit of the doubt.
His account was nuked (the message still stands), so it wasn't necessarily this message, perhaps he posted something somewhere else?
I think he started some discussions which were met reasonably well in the Lounge (apart from those jokes). I see no reason why he could have become a troll. I think that joke topic made people report him?
You might not I do. Trolling can be more subtle than just winding people up. Some people spend real time and effort on it.
We've had several such people in the past: They start off with a few more-or-less reasonable posts, then the poor jokes start, then they become obnoxious (especially posting unwelcome jokes). Before the report button came into play, it could take days/weeks to get rid of them as they'd play a fine line between winding people up and getting banned. We had one repeat offender who always had this MO, though he normally distinguished himself by putting his location as Lebanon.
I'm not saying he was a troll (I actually didn't report him), just that he showed early signs of being one. Personally I didn't see anything that was worthy of him getting banned.
I understand what you mean and I agree with the points you explained. It's a real pain to get trolls off the site and harder for everyone when the person keeps doing it.
I felt it was unfortunate since he did make a effort to contribute by creating some good topics and even replying in them as well. That I feel, in my view, is someone who did enjoy the Lounge in a normal way.
Chris didn't touch on the subject, but as far as I am concerned, it is not a bug.
If you use the red flag to report a message as Spam, the system automatically reports the member as Spammer on your behalf as well.
If you use the red flag to report a message as Abuse, the member is not reported as Abusive. As far as I can tell, the member is not even deducted any points.
I think it is obvious this behavior was put in place to quickly get rid of members that post actual spam in the forums - I am sure many members will see a spam message and report it as such, but not bother going to the profile to report the offending member directly.
The trick is to get people to red-flag posts like the one in question as Abuse and not as Spam. A few of those and the post is gone without hurting the posting member.
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