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Apr
25
comment In the data explorer, how do you get the answers to a question?
Not sure if this is on-topic here. Probably belongs on Meta Stack Exchange.
Apr
25
comment OAuth domain with a custom port in a dev environment?
Pretty much a duplicate of Can the redirect_uri contain port number.
Apr
25
comment Expand Markdown formatting toolbar on official iOS app
A moderator may eventually show up and be able to do that. Faster, and maybe better to just delete it and re ask on the correct site.
Apr
25
comment Expand Markdown formatting toolbar on official iOS app
This is off topic here. For feature requests about the official SE app,ask on Meta Stack Exchange.
Apr
12
comment Are the inbox routes (`inbox_item`) missing some item types?
Those are not workarounds, that's the way it is. Everything you asked for is already available, just classified slightly differently from the way the website currently does it. Almost no API in the world has a one-to-one matchup with the corresponding website (I'm not aware of any API's that do).
Apr
7
comment Okay if our Internal Customer Service Software polls the Stack Exchange API?
In general this seems fine. Except the "pre-canned reply" bit. SE sites don't appreciate duplicates and if the same answer solves more than one question, then the correct thing to do is close the duplicate question(s).
Mar
21
comment Get the Authenticated User's email?
The difference between write-access to one app and access to an email is like comparing a firecracker to a box of TNT. You don't agree? Take it up on Meta.SE. It has been discussed extensively.
Mar
21
comment Is there an API method to retrieve a tags score/count between a certain date?
For just a specific user, at a time, or for all users?
Mar
12
comment Stack Overflow Extras (SOX)
@ᔕᖺᘎᕊ, it did in Firefox once upon a time. Haven't rechecked in a while but it still should.
Mar
12
comment Stack Overflow Extras (SOX)
@ᔕᖺᘎᕊ, Sync is primarily Firefox. I haven't investigated Chrome sync in a long while (it's not my primary browser) and Chrome changed extension storage a bit ago. You did sign into Chrome and set the Advanced sync settings, right? If so, then hit up the Tampermonkey forum for more. Chrome can sync extension data, but the developer has to code for that.
Mar
9
comment Elections Statistics page for Stack Exchange sites
Unfortunately, this is not a straightforward thing to do. See this chat thread, for a discussion.
Feb
27
comment TrendsOverflow, quick trends from Stack Overflow
Does not work with Firefox. Gives TypeError: fH.pc is not a function error for starters.
Feb
26
comment How to stimulate `backoff`?
Per the documentation, backoff is in seconds.
Feb
25
comment Why is `page` and `page_size` returned in common wrapper object?
Yes, pagesize can be useful in the response and, yes, it's not particularly helpful for things like /questions/add. I don't want to get into a pointless discussion on this. If the page_size return is useful to you, use it. If it's not useful to you, then don't use it and move on.
Feb
18
comment Why is the `site` parameter required in `/me` call?
You're welcome.
Feb
17
comment Why do you need to specify a site when getting the inbox?
This is a network route that is improperly treated as a site-specific route for no good reason that I can see (inbox is network-wide). Especially since we have /me routes in both categories. ... Also, the /me routes that take site need to document why in cases like this. The only helpful clues are not on the applicable doc page.
Feb
17
comment Why is the `site` parameter required in `/me` call?
The question is a bit unclear. State your ultimate purpose.
Feb
17
comment Why do you need to specify a site when getting the inbox?
The more I look into this, the more it seems it's a bug. and other /me/* routes do not require a site parameter. (/me/associated and /me/merges, for example)
Feb
16
comment `types=main_site` in `/me/associated` gives `meta_site` accounts also
It doesn't for me or for your id. Do you have a link or screen shot showing otherwise?
Feb
15
comment `/me/associated` gives ambiguous/wrong response
Your associated accounts page does too show your MSE profile if, and only if, you have one. It's been that way for years