Hello, when I open my account at Code Project, and access my home page, I get the opportunity to see all the answers I gave, my sent messages, etc.. Now for example when I select the answer that I gave 15 days ago( or 3 months ), and I update my answer it happens that the answer and whole question appears in the forum as if someone had asked that question again, is there a way to prevent that and only the person who asked the question see my updated answer for outdated questions.
If you update an answer then we consider that there has been activity on a question. By default we list questions in descending order of activity. The tabs on the Quick Answers homepage allows you to choose different views.
It's just a quick key reminder - you can always do things the old way and click with a mouse... They only have a certain amount of screen real estate - I for one am happier with the content taking precedence when the page loads and the hints left to the bottom where I can scroll to them if I need them.
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Yes, comments are tied to specific versions in order to allow members to post comments while author's fine tune their article during the composition and approval process.
An example is that you post a new article and it's in a Pending state while members approve it. A few members find fault with it, and you make those corrections, and then the article is approved. The comments related to corrections should not be included in the final published version of the article.
There's a checkbox, highlighted in yellow, at the top right that says 'Work in progress - do not publish. Uncheck to publish'. I'm assuming you unchecked this and found it didn't help (at least that's what I found when I did it).
Looks like we have a version issue with your updated version. We'll get this sorted out very soon.
Spammers seem to employ people from all over the globe to hit certain pages with certain text. I've tried blocking by IP, keyword in their name, email address, Bio, but in the end the best solution, by far, has been the Report button and the Spam and abuse forum that allows you guys to seek and destroy.
Maybe we could award badges for those who kill spam
cheers, Chris Maunder
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