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12:00 AM
That's him alright.
@Unihedro \o
@Frank That is sooo cool!
@ʎǝʞuoɯɹǝqʎɔ This has happened before.
yeah, pandas are cool
@Sue what?
12:02 AM
@Unihedro Works for me...
@Frank The Panda picture:) I saw it through that link you posted.
@Frank I can't believe that got as far as it did, but I admire the enthusiasm!
@Sue haha, that was kinda fun
@Frank Yup!
I have to go for a while cuz I have blepheritis and can't see clearly!
@Sue Oh no, that's too bad
destroys 3 more LH accounts
12:11 AM
@Frank That's okay-it's just frustrating. Drops help, but I have to cut back on my reading. Kinda stinks though cuz this place makes me laugh. Of course if I laughed hard enough to cry I'd make more tears which would help the blepheritis!
@Frank You mean LH users?
@Sue Oh, haha
@Sue yup
@Frank Things going well over there?
@Sue Very well indeed.
Suprisingly well.
No one is mad at me.
I've been told that's not normal.
@Frank Cool! I'm proud of you!
iz proud of self
no, just turned out to be a lot easier of a job than I'd thought. Maybe that'll change.
12:16 AM
@Frank As well you should be. That's a big project. Then again everyone in here is doing big-time important stuff. The rest of us thank you!
@Sue important stuff... not most of the time
ust hangin' out.
What the world is this:
someone got goofy
@Unihedro Hey, I just read your network profile-very cool.
@Frank Gonna ask this, then delete...
@Sue haha, I didnt read it in time
was on another page :P
@Frank Ha, ha.
you could ping me in a chat.se room...
because now I can see all deleted messages in any public chat.se room
butnot chat.so or chat.mse
12:23 AM
It's not important enough-just a silly question I didn't want to leave hanging around.
roomba roomba
@Sue I don't mind at all. srsly.
So what's a chat.se room-like the Shed?
@Sue Any room that does not belong to meta.se, or SO. Any other room will work. The Shed is fine...
you can see it in the url.
Oh, I get it. So can you see all deleted messages, or just ones to you?
12:27 AM
I wonder how someone can say something "coldly"
http://chat.stackexchange.com/ vs. http://chat.stackoverflow.com/ or http://chat.meta.stackexchange.com
@Sue I'm a chat mod in stackexchange chat, so any room in that network
I'm also the owner of the LH and GL main chat rooms.
@Frank Cool! I said that warmly, so it wouldn't sound like I said something coldly!
@Sue Like this?
cool. >:-[
@Frank @Braiam Is that cold enough for you?
Now I covet @Uni's 'imitation crab' hat...
I want hatz already
12:32 AM
@Sue mm... in the context is not appropiated
We need a Bash for every season!
@AlexisKing technically, it's still winter.
@Braiam Okay. It's uncorrect. ,
@Frank But it's almost Spring!
I'm supposed to have snow again on Friday.. :[
12:34 AM
@Frank Me too :(
@AlexisKing Maybe a spring bash would be encouraging!
@Sue grump grump complain...
@Sue but... I don't want to wear flowers...
@Frank Why-you're not a hippy?
And with that, she leaves..........
@James Morning James! Bye!
@Sue \o
12:41 AM
@Frank Spring != !Snow
@tchrist ikr
I thought that was some game of thrones reference in an equation form
'You know nothing Jon Snow'
@Frank = Ich kann richtig schreiben.
You can write rites right or right rites wronged, but you can’t write right rite, righteo?
@tchrist ha
and hiya @tchrist
@SmokeDetector tpu
12:46 AM
@AlexisKing Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
@SmokeDetector gone already
that was fast
at -7 though
Just popped back to say the offensive user I referred to before is gone. Thanks! Now i have to hide my computer!
From myself so I'll quit looking at it!
@Sue ha!
Q: Add optional box for spam flags letting you say why you think it's spam

T.J. CrowderThis came up recently, where a user had taken the time to look at the link on a post and realized that the post wasn't just off-topic, it was actually half-decently-disguised spam. So he flagged it as spam, and an overworked mod declined it, giving the questioner the benefit of the doubt. And we ...

@AstroCB downvotes
1:01 AM
that's got to be some kind of record
> Avoid trivial edits unless absolutely necessary.
I still don't know what this is supposed to mean.
If an edit is absolutely necessary, how can it be trivial?
@bjb568 don't mess that up ^^
I can’t even read SO any longer.
It has become illegible.
1:06 AM
How to create Yes/No?
@tchrist Maybe I'm better at deciphering broken english than you then...
@Frank what?
@Frank Then why don’t you fix it? :(
@tchrist I don't edit on SO
@Frank Why not?
1:08 AM
@tchrist It would increase my rep.
@Frank NARA
@tchrist ?
Remember: the world is write-once, read-many.
@tchrist I have a record for having the most gold badges on SO for no rep
Ever and anon you could edit.
1:11 AM
only 2, but still.
SO is more like write-once, delete-once.
People answer crap questions without editing them.
Down that road lies no Illuminator badge.
@tchrist Try for it on a slow beta (like gardening)
101 2 2 5
^^ and I have 2 gold.
thats quite impressive frank
We're the only 101 rep users with 2 gold
he wants to be deleted
and one of mine is Marshal, which is harder than electorate or fanatic (I should try for fanatic)
lel, just realized that I got my Marshal and Electorate badges before my informed badge...
1:16 AM
With a bit of luck and reddit familiarity, one can get a bunch of Publicist badges.
@Woodface I haz no Reddit karma
done on both
In today's episode of "code that ends up being more complicated than you expected when you started writing it"...
A: Add "go to... Review" as a keyboard shortcut

AstroCBAs a regular reviewer, I agree that this would be a very useful shortcut to have, and I think it should be added to the standard shortcut functionality on Stack Exchange sites. In the meantime, I've written a userscript (direct link) that adds this shortcut to all sites where you have the abilit...

1:22 AM
mathoverflow.net should also be included, I guess.
Also, $(".topbar-menu-links")[0].children[0].click(); opens the Help menu on the sites where I can't review.
@AstroCB why you need to click?
isn't it better just to check if review exist and add the item to the default menu?
Even with comments!
> *.meta.stackexchange.com does not exist at this time [...] but the script is future-proof by already handling it.
1:34 AM
someone should make a userscript that activates the shortcuts anywhere, in SE
> // multiple #tabs divs may be in the page :(
Come on!
@Braiam They kind of already did.
Q: Official keyboard shortcuts

balpha This script is no longer necessary; please visit Announcement: Keyboard shortcuts are now integrated into the site for an updated status on this. Screenshot About This is the official keyboard shortcuts script for the Stack Exchange sites, as announced on Meta Stack Overflow. It is...

@IlmariKaronen Yes, but Braiam refers to the need for per-site activation
You can still install the user script, it should effectively activate the feature on all sites.
Not sure if the script is still maintained, though... it might lack some features of the built-in version.
1:46 AM
@Woodface Good point; I forgot about that bug.
@Woodface Added.
@Woodface Ooh.
@SmokeDetector fp
@Woodface Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
debugging financial calculations suck
2:14 AM
I too enjoy throwing potatoes at trains to make them slow down.
2:26 AM
> productivity is over-rated. Especially if you happen to be building bombs.
spam http://android.stackexchange.com/a/99013/44325 (no link)
spam http://android.stackexchange.com/a/98837/44325 (link added after a month)
Someone named their library JHipster, and expected it to be taken seriously?
thats cute
@Braiam I have no idea how to interact with their scripts from a userscript.
I've been trying to figure it out for an hour; it seems like they add a keyboardShortcuts function to the StackExchange object that can be modified, but when I access it, there's nothing in the function.
Dec 24 '14 at 23:59, by Shogging through the snow
Anyway, the gist of it is... You just write the logic you want to interact with the page's scripts in a single function, and then your userscript / extension / whatever just inserts that function into the page itself.
2:33 AM
I use this to call the methods of MathJax object from my extensions; presumably the same would work for StackExchange object.
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in answer: Should a server be considered compromised simply because a port was open? by A_NOOB on security.stackexchange.com
@Woodface That's what I do in all of my scripts, but there's nothing in the keyboardShortcuts method.
it's not a method
2:36 AM
or a function
Oh... ( function()...
Reading minified code at night is not a good idea.
@SmokeDetector fp
@AlexisKing Registered answer as false positive.
@AstroCB are you still reading the minified one?
1 hour ago, by Woodface
@Braiam I looked at the unminified version to figure out what it was doing first, but then I went to the minified one to figure out how to interact with it.
2:40 AM
@Braiam Exactly.
This definitely should not be the most convoluted userscript I've written.
now an userscripts that adds StackExchange.keyboardShortcuts.init() to every SE page...
@James lol
@Braiam Cannot read property 'init' of undefined
Unless it's already enabled there.
2:43 AM
@bjb568 what?
right yeah
@Braiam *a userscript
not plural, and doesn't start with vowel sound
An oozerscript
should be yuzerskrept
@Woodface huh
@Braiam StackExchange.keyboardShortcuts doesn't exist if it hasn't been enabled.
2:47 AM
what the...
@AstroCB oh, are you looking to patch new keyboard shortcuts in?
@Shog9 Yes
cool. Share if you get something figured out; I could use it...
@Braiam The beginning of keyboard-shortcuts.en.js is creation of StackExchange.keyboardShortcuts object. If this JS does not get loaded...
So, the solution (to enable shortcuts everywhere) would be to insert <script> tag loading this file, right?
2:50 AM
@Shog9 This sketchily replicates the actual shortcut functionality with the extra keys, but it doesn't add it to the menu or anything.
@Woodface or just hihacking the logic that activates it in the SE object
@Braiam That would be StackExchange.init which is called on page load (embedded in HTML page source). But this looks kind of complicated, and you won't know the version number (cache breaker, I suppose) to go with it.
Anyway, it's almost 3:00 UTC and I haven't used all the downvotes, argh.
@Woodface if options.user.keyboardShortcuts is true then StackExchange.using function gets called and the js loaded, etc.
.... probably
2:56 AM
@HoboSapiens That's a decent quality post, not a blurry cellphone pic with point values of each part of assignment.
@Woodface Oh my - I hadn't realised. I'll remove my vote immediately...
@Woodface ...after the sun goes down for the last time. Ever.
@Woodface Oops - too late. Self deleted.
No chance to get Help & Improvement.
Sarcasm Overflow~
@AstroCB yeah, that's boring.
Menus and combos are where it's at
Currently I'm just using a hacked-up version of the userscript, but if you figure out a clever way of injecting new shortcuts into the on-site script that'd be somewhat more elegant.
3:08 AM
I hate reviewing one line answers
@James Skip is your friend~
yeah, that's what I'm doing
that much love for Skip from you, huh

What would you guys do?
because on one hand it's programming related. I feel like it should be downvoted for being poorly researched
looks crappy
3:17 AM
Yeah, but I wasn't sure if it should be flagged or just downvoted
just spray modding everywhere
@bjb568 Easier to attach event listeners, and SE already has it baked in.
Believe me, I prefer standard JS.
addEventListener('tehkeyz', afunc)
not hard
@bjb568 On multiple objects.
3:20 AM
$("textarea").click(function(){ ... });
var textareas = document.getElementsByTagName("textarea");
for(var i = 0; i < textareas.length; i++){ textareas[i].addEventListener("keyup", function(){ ... }); }
You can just look at document.activeElement from there.
@bjb568 Not bad; still messy, though.
There's no reason not to use it if SE already has it included.
Except that it's horrible.
    window.setInterval(function () { // Some text fields are created dynamically

    }, 1000);
@bjb568 $.on
@Doorknob event propagation
@JanDvorak such insight
and much tired, I'm going to bed
Looks like a job for custom mod flag, not a cm.
Also, why is this very off-topic?
Remove the tutorial part. "How to add Google+ API signin to Django website?"
@Woodface check answers
if I edit that part out I invalidate the answer
then the other is a comment to the accepted one
3:45 AM
@SmokeDetector tpu
@AndrewT. Blacklisted user.
Should we delete the question for the sake of not invalidating its answers?
I'd ignore the low-quality answers other than accepted, and trim the question to something of the above form.
But not going to get involved; too much friction there.
just need to be closed. removing "tutorial" is still too-broad.
3:47 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected: Iphone 4 gsm Jailbreak Problems! by Røñèń Úhúrõv on apple.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector wat
@Doorknob Whaddya mean, 'wut'? Humans...
@SmokeDetector the username, oh.. the horror...
3:48 AM
Not yet.
Or maybe it is, and is too smart to admit it.
import skynet
@bjb568 Oh...that part was embarrassingly bad.
I had no idea what to do there.
@Doorknob I see you've become fluent in my language while I was away. Excellent.
And now that I've successfully replied to a message, back to the mobile site.
Oh wait. Spoke too soon. Need to edit.
8 minutes old. Boo @SmokeDetector
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating words in body: Extrair conteudo de um texto com javascript by Alex Godoy Wolff on pt.stackoverflow.com
4:14 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Natural Weight Loss permanently Health? by ketonaravi on drupal.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu, finally some Drupal spam!
@Doorknob Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
4:28 AM
@AstroCB Learn real JS?
BTW, you better be keeping a log of good JS knowledge n stuff for DevDoodle lessons.
@Braiam please see declined flag message
4:44 AM
@SmokeDetector fp
@AlexisKing Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
@Shog9 now it seems too broad to me
@bjb568- Always bringing the insightful logic to Tavern discussions.
@JanDvorak why?
... or maybe unclear. Does he want us to write him a web form, or he's just unsure how to connect to some external resource?
The former is too broad
4:54 AM
@JanDvorak huh? Google+ sign in is a thing.
Akin to asking, "How do I set up Facebook logins for my Django app?"
or "How do I let users sign in using OpenID?"
Does that need to be clarified in the question? I read it as "make me a login form".
No. That's the whole point of Google+ login, you don't make a form you use Google's
Point taken, thanks. I guess I should never handle chat CV requests for technologies I don't have experience with?
In a perfect world, you'd still be able to tell whether the questions are ok or should be closed anyway
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: A photography based chrome extension for photography lovers! by Priya on photo.stackexchange.com
5:03 AM
@SmokeDetector tpu
@Doorknob Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
Doesn't look like intentional spam - just a confused user
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website: This was locked now by zee meee on meta.stackexchange.com
define "intentional spam". Also, not sure if it would be on-topic even as a Q/A pair.
5:04 AM
@SmokeDetector tpu
@Doorknob Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
@Doorknob But you blacklisted the poor confused user...
@JanDvorak Intentional spam == bot, script, or person who clearly knows that what they're doing is wrong. OP just seems to think that SE is a forum and these types of "threads" are ok
How should we handle accidental spam?
Same way, imo. Spam is spam. Anyway, the post is gone.
5:06 AM
@Woodface If he posts something again, it's bound to benefit from a few extra pairs of eyes anyway
@JanDvorak No idea, just pointing that out.
(I just flagged as spam as usual)
@Doorknob Ah, fine then. I thought you were suggesting I not flag that as spam.
... which would require an alternative way of handling
I suppose converting Photography to LESS will be a bit more challenging than any other SE site.
is that^ too broad in addition to off-topic?
Oh god yes
Given that you can't VTC twice, I think off-topic is enough.
5:16 AM
The greatest sin is that they are attempting to run native Java inside a JSP.......
For attempting to run Java like PHP the OP will be cast into the fiery pit of eternal damnation,
Is this spam, or just weird?
Q: How to translate our site

GaryWe sell engagement rings in our company website http://www.diamondf.co.il/טבעות-אירוסין-זהב-לבן We want to start working in the US market as well. Do you think translating the same site to English will enough or should we build a new one?

Smells Rolexy, but it's too late for me to think so I will avoid acting.
This is pretty odd.
That's very borderline, but I suppose it's a legit question
POB, maybe?
Well, that’s certainly true.
5:24 AM
Off-topic; this is a commercial decision, not a question of English usage.
It isn’t a cloaked thing.
Also, the tag means something else...
There is that.
It's a very bad question, either way.
Is tag mismatch a spammer strategy?
5:25 AM
I'd VTC but I have nowhere near enough rep.
MSE programming question askers mismatch tags as well
I monitor the tag on SO. So many tag mismatches.
No, your question about URL schemes on Android doesn't need that tag.
That’s the tag, clearly.
sounds like a biological phylum
Isn’t phylum an add_directory operation?
5:28 AM
What's add_directory?
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, Blacklisted website: Outflow vessel on the other end and people by evacollins on drupal.stackexchange.com
@JanDvorak When you gotcherself a possel of files and need to phylum somewheres.
I still don't get why would people willingly pump large amounts of liquid into their anuses and think it's good for their health.
Rectum? Damn near killed ’em.
5:32 AM
At the risk of speaking of the devil and summoning him thereby, I haven’t seen the East Indian baba spam for a while now, the stuff with the phone numbers.
Hint, hint: "enema" and "edema"are way too close for comfort. Not to mention you are literally reversing the flow of contents in your only sewage pipe.
I'm eating.
@SmokeDetector tpu
@AlexisKing Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
Oh great, the masculine version of coquette has hit the multicollider. I expect it to be full of dross ere morn.
5:34 AM
@SmokeDetector tpu
@AlexisKing Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
I’m shooting for 75-80 votes today.
Rumbo al mar.
uhh... simple English please :(
And I just realized the revamped MSE profile on new user...
> Apparently, this user prefers to keep an air of mystery about them.
> Keeping a low profile.
> We respect a laser-like focus on one topic.
@AndrewT. nice
Why do they go out of their way to be condescending?
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website: Skype with wine crashes by Ren on askubuntu.com
@SmokeDetector tpu
@AlexisKing Blacklisted user.
5:47 AM
@Woodface They go out of their way to be funny
I'd like some beer with wife shouts, please
Oh, wait, misparsed. That title is legitimate, just mildly confusing.
I'd like some beer nevertheless.
@AndrewT. Er?

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