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comment 'Activity' tab on profile as default
@pizza, that doesn't make sense and I checked this (and the OP's) script in Chrome. If you still see the problem, post an "answer" to this question (answers work a little differently here on StackApps) and include the exact steps to reproduce as well as the string [tag:support] and/or [tag:bug]. Also are you using straight Chrome or are you using Tampermonkey (Recommended)?
21h
comment 'Activity' tab on profile as default
Thanks, @hichris123, that's good to know.
22h
comment 'Activity' tab on profile as default
See answers.onstartups.com . I don't remember if it's future or now defunct. Just that it had to be, or will be supported at one time.
22h
comment 'Activity' tab on profile as default
Easily fixed! See edit.
Apr
10
comment Changing what I see on the Hot Question Widget
Since this question is about the official SE app, it is off topic here. Ask it on Meta Stack Exchange.
Apr
6
comment Does a user only need to log in once to access all sites?
Try it and see.
Apr
2
comment StackTack, a JavaScript widget you can stick anywhere
app.stacktack.com appears to be defunct and stacktack.com appears to have switched to a "fashion and beauty" site in July of 2014.
Mar
26
comment The text size in the Stack Exchange app should be user-configurable
Since this question is about the official SE app, it is off topic here. Ask it on Meta Stack Exchange.
Mar
24
comment Posting an answer via StackOverflow API
I think you can (haven't tested), but normally you would POST this. Be sure to properly URL or Form encode, either way.
Mar
21
comment Are there plans to involve Area51 in SE API version 3?
Perennial question. The last official answer ("No... it's different... currently no plans") is unlikely to change.
Mar
13
comment Should the access tokens expire?
That is all a matter of opinion. The responsible thing would be to to never use no_expiry so that the user and your app have a little more protection against exploits. The API takes care of reprompting the user as required.
Mar
12
comment Where are the built-in filters?
Your comment contradicts the last sentence of the question.
Mar
12
comment API returns delete vote count for questions, but not for answers
"Delete votes" on answers are a very different beasty. They don't work the same as for questions and, IIRC, they are only available for 20K users and moderators -- and only if the A has a negative score, for the former group.
Mar
4
comment Stackopedia - all the answers to the questions you never asked
Read the FAQ post again. The thumbnail must be 144 x 119 pixels and PNG format. I replaced your image with one of mine and it works just fine where it's supposed to. Reformat your thumb and edit it in.
Mar
3
comment Showing Different user on posting a comment on test environment
Good you got it solved. You should probably delete this question then, as it's unlikely to help anyone else.
Mar
2
comment StackExchange API Java wrapper
The OP will have to answer that, but keep in mind that the SE API, that this Java API wraps, last changed over a year ago (version 2.2).
Mar
2
comment StackExchange API Java wrapper
You would use a standard GitHub pull request.
Mar
2
comment StackExchange API Java wrapper
His code is available on GitHub. Have you tried it? That would answer many of these questions.
Mar
2
comment How can I introduce my Stack Overflow app to other users?
Oh dear, that's not what I meant. Your post here should be per this. Your posts on other sites must address a need, that other people have, that is fully within the purview of that other site.
Feb
26
comment Fetch the Personalized Prediction Data through the API?
There is no (documented) API for this and given that this data is somewhat static and tertiary, I would say that this should be a low priority until some rather annoying bugs and missing features are addressed. Meanwhile, you can write a browser extension to automate getting this data. I'm guessing that if such an extension made more than a few requests a day that it might call down lightning bolts from angry sysadmins?