BURN BURN BURN!!! button
There's a limit to how much exposure to the low quality tab one can handle, after a while, noob-rage starts to take hold, and you start getting the urge to do more than just flag.
It would be cathartic to have a 'nuke' button with some satisfying animation effect to con...
tee-hee. From the FaQ: When talking in a room, it's polite to stay roughly on topic for the room, as defined by the room owners. If you find yourself consistently veering into other topics, you should consider taking it to another room.
If a user comments on their own post and there is only one person who has previously commented, then that person should be notified when the author comments even if '@user' is not specified
courtesy to Benjol from my closed question Notifications for comments of others posts
Flag weight can be viewed in user profiles.
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> As explained in this answer, flag weight is a measure of how reliably you flag content. When your flags are positively reviewed (generally resulting in some sort of action), your flag weight increases by 10 points for flags on posts, and 5 points for flags on comments. Likewise, when you flag incorrectly, your flag weight decreases by an equal amount.
This is a list of notable and commonly used emoticons or textual portrayals of a writer's mood or facial expression in the form of icons. The Western use of emoticons is much different than the Eastern use, and Internet forums, such as 2channel, and Internet forums, typically, show expressions in their own ways. In recent times, graphic representations, both static and animated, have taken the place of traditional emoticons in the form of icons.
The emoticon in Western style is written most often from left to right. Thus, most commonly, one will see the eyes on the left, followed...
I appreciated the blackboard effect and the faint equations shown in the background, but I agree that black on white background is more restful, easier on the eyes and, more importantly, the psyche.
Many of us come from cultures where black is associated with mourning and even language reflect...
> Physicists are accustomed to considering themselves the smartest people on the planet. Because of this, telling them how "their" site should look is a bad idea, unless they agree with it. Physicists also are very used to doing things differently from everybody else and they don't mind organizing things by themselves.
Now where have I heard something like that before? :)
I had to reinstall QuickBooks. No big deal. Except you have to register it, by phone, to use it. Call in, offices closed, call back tomorrow! I call in tomorrow, offices closed (even though I'm now well within the stated office hours), call tomorrow! I call the "for non-US residents" line and actually get someone. She asks me a ton of irrelevant questions, as I beg her for the code to activate my legitimately purchased software. She can't give it to me now, I've already installed it too
many times! On hold, manager "increases my number of activations" and I finally get the code. Now I can finish my bookkeeping.
I guess this can't be done but I'm asking just to be sure.
I'd like to force a single character in a <span> to have a specific width and height: 1em.
Ideally the character would be stretched to 1em if it is not already fixed width.
This must support any character, including rare unicode,...
The DejaVu fonts are modifications of the Bitstream Vera fonts designed to extend this original for greater coverage of Unicode, as well as providing more styles. The Bitstream Vera family was limited mainly to the characters in the Basic Latin and Latin-1 Supplement portions of Unicode (roughly equivalent to ISO-8859-15) but was released with a license that permitted changes. The DejaVu fonts project was started with the aim to "provide a wider range of characters... while maintaining the original look and feel through the process of collaborative development". The development of the fo...
Code Golf's name was recently changed to Programming Puzzles & Code Golf, so the favicon now reads PCG instead of CG. My eyes don't like it. Could you change the letter limit in Sketchy favicons to 2? Certainly, in the case of this site, it shouldn't read PC, just change it back to CG.
@PopularDemand Technically he should've seen "15 seconds ago" on my answer as soon as he submitted, but I'm more confused why his answer that's entirely a subset of mine somehow has 2 upvotes, or why he commented "+1" without actually upvoting