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Oh, hilarious! Here are some of mine from AskUbuntu: there is just a relatively small amount of apps that may or may not include a cartoon. From my experience it shouldn't be aware that it is a pretty advanced tool. You always trust Amazon. (Yeah sure..) Ok, In the window that pops up, copy and paste the following: [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Name=...


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Here are some of the best snippets I've seen so far. From Stack Overflow, You should be downloaded. Me.load. the given URL actually points to a coincidence. Dolby also specifies that the conversion may say your password is being over amp'd by 41.4%. The server/client then downloads the author. leave out advanced features like this until you find your ...


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Some of my own "quotes" from Stack Overflow: I know, there is no way to explain the way Python treats variables and parameters. This will remove all characters on Earth. I modified the function and now it's just "Hello World!". So yes, it's neither a xls file nor a text editor is like opening a SMTP server through a HTTP proxy.


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These are my favorites on Meta Stack Exchange: the bounty will be the best advice and you may find yourself in rough seas. Not? Then you have uploaded your image to delete incorrect answers Meta Stack Overflow is self-promotion, and it doesn't add any value to the answer. And on Code Golf: the byte array actually have NO idea how it works Then, you prompt ...


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feature-request It would be nice to see one's own or another user's profile analyzed in this manner. It could be used like a "Should I bother running?" self-check. Obviously there would be no candidate text shown for people who have not come forth but but I like the extra bit of data aggregation that seems like a supplement to the profile page... And even ...


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For anyone interested in running this apps mobile chat interface on your desktop (as in a sidebar chat window with reply support!) the author has responded in record time to my request and provided a userscript version!


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bugstatus-completed See the most recent Stack Overflow election, for example. It says, "These are your new moderators", but... who are they exactly? This image makes it seem like codeMagic was a new moderator, when in fact that's not the case as can be seen at https://stackoverflow.com/election/6


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status-completed The "Noteworthy Badges" section appears to have a bug on the wordpress.stackexchange Moderator Candidate Statistics page. It may effect other elections as well, but I am not sure. Tom J. Nowell, Kaiser, and myself all have the "Strunk and White" badge but the badge is marked red on the elections page.


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I've updated the description to reflect the new version of the userscript. New features in 1.1 Side by side editing can be used when editing existing questions or answers. Can be toggled on and off by clicking the new button again. When turned on the editor is stretched to the current length of the preview.


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These all come from my mechanics.stackexchange profile. There's a post here: whatconsumer.co.uk whose top post seems to be burning an over-rich fuel mixture. Hmm, I wonder what they're running their servers on. Use a sponge with some water in it to disconnect the battery, it doesn't harm on the engine or the transmission Well, I hope not! Great question!...


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bug status-completed Update: Fixed (GitHub pull request) and deployed. Thanks, Tim Stone! Reference: elections.stackexchange.com/#english.stackexchange The credits links point to 404 error pages: They point to these 404 pages: http://meta.stackoverflow.com/users/150097/yi-jiang http://meta.stackoverflow.com/users/150235/tim-stone They should point to: ...


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Here are some from my answers on SuperUser: Remedies Here are some actual reasons why an application developer felt that Dalvik was released (or maybe the race condition still exists, and you're just really!) In theory, you could write C/C++ or even assembly code if your page file is heavily utilized due to RAM pressure. The default behavior of Windows is ...


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I tried to log-in but Google says that there is a new OpenId standard as: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/6206245?p=openid&rd=1#survey=true Please fix! Thanks


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Sorry all, I closed the site. This was taking way too much space on my server's hard disk and I felt the burden on SO servers was ridiculous for such a tiny amount of users (this never took off). The source is still available for anyone interested.


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What I really miss though is to vote for answers and comments.


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bug The site is down hard! Update; Reference: elections.stackexchange.com isn't loading on MSE The GitHub issue Both: http://elections.stackexchange.com/ and https://elections.stackexchange.com/ Give: Site not found: elections.stackexchange.com (in the title) And: Couldn't find elections.stackexchange.com The Q&A site elections....


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bug Programmers has moved to Software Engineering. The icon on the main page still uses https://cdn.sstatic.net/programmers/img/favicon.ico, but it should be https://cdn.sstatic.net/Sites/softwareengineering/img/favicon.ico. Since the old link no longer exists, we get "Programmers logo" instead.


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feature-request Could you please also display the candidate score and add a Sort by: candidate score button? You could receive the data e.g. from there: http://data.stackexchange.com/askubuntu/query/298418/candidate-score


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bug feature-request Please support badges in other languages. In the recent election on Russian SO, it looks like nobody has any of the badges. However, that is not strictly true. Indeed, they do not have the Deputy badge, but they do have the Участковый badge, so Deputy should be marked.


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feature-request Update the list of Noteworthy Badges so that it includes all the badges that the Candidate Score uses for tabulating the score. This will then make it easier to see the specific gaps in their badge earning, and therefore activity on the site.


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Outside world until the constructor returns. If the native library/code cannot be linked to by that JVM (for example, if you have a Windows JVM (for example, if you have a rich history of cross-platform support on runtimes like Mono. You may like to pose a few more possible for readability. Instead of declaring ProductOfDouble at the top ...


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