A question about how the API returns answers.

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No Answering: prevent answering questions

Do you answer too many questions on stack sites? Does answering questions put you into a cycle of debating with people you'd rather not be spending time on? Then this app is for you. It does one ...
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SkeetNotifier: A Tray Notifier Application for Jon Skeet's answers

Screenshot About A tray application for Windows that notifies you about the newest answers from Jon Skeet. Icon approved by Jon Skeet! License http://unlicense.org/ Source ...
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Please add a “self answer” flag to the answer results/object

Is there an easy way to tell if an answer is from the question poster? I'm working on Blaze, and I'm grabbing answers from the /answers method. I'd like to indicate if the answer is from the question ...
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Should feature-requests, for third party apps, be flagged as “not an answer”?

I spotted this "answer" as a first-time post: Feature Request Please add support for proxies.... It would be helpful to people behind proxies. Like "ME" I was going to flag it as "Not ...
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Unhide Downvoted Answers

About This simple userscript allows you to hover over an answer that has been greyed-out because of its low score to remove the styling. After you move away from the post, it will return to its ...
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Get tags from question through an answer

I'd like to use this function: http://api.stackexchange.com/docs/answers-on-users to get a list of answers from a user. The key element that I need though is what the question was tagged as, is there ...
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How to search answers like is:answer

How can I use the API to search for answers containing particular text or with particular properties? For example, this link allows me to search for is:answer foo, that is, answers containing foo. Can ...
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Post_id is missing in timeline for new answers, not for revised or accepted answers

It is strange that in the timeline of a question, the new answers (timeline_type == 'answer') do not have a post_id field, while the update on the question (revision, accepted_answer, ...