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12:00 PM
@Mooseman - haha true true... I kinda assumed the OP was meaning to rub it on the bite - but yea...one could just as easily try taking a swig of mustard oil :P
yuk
 
@Mooseman Go beyond the Impossible, and kick reason to the curb! That's how Team Gurren rolls
@Mooseman or even better.... you dinos are been extinct for quite a while. My little colorful ponies still manage to greet me every Saturday :P
 
@SPArchaeologist A few thousand years isn't all that long. But that doesn't change that talking ponies don't exist. Just like talking horses or talking dogs.
 
@nicael It'll reverse later... :p
 
Hater detected :D
I know.
 
12:13 PM
O_O 10 dvs
 
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12:37 PM
@Mooseman nor were the dinosaurs featherless as the movies like to make them appear, but they still draw that way because "cool". Are you saying that your T-Rex can't be cool because it didn't exist with that green scaly skin but actually probably looked more like an angry, giant chicken?
furthermore, even that would just prove I am right. You said that the ponies don't exist, yet someone felt the urge to draw them and bring them to reality. When they did the same with your pterodactyl they had to actually change it because "no-one would like it if it was covered with feather"....
@SmokeDetector Kindly anyone fix that error, Thanks in advance.
 
12:56 PM
@SmokeDetector fpu-
 
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[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in answer: How do I find the ID for a game on Steam? by arul on gaming.stackexchange.com
 
1:29 PM
@SPArchaeologist Giant chickens are still cool xD Although most dinosaurs were only the size of sheep...
@SPArchaeologist People didn't have cameras then, unfortunately. So yes, they had to be drawn. :p
 
> As this runs counter to the widespread and long-held image of dinosaurs as dramatic reptiles, the public has been reluctant to accept this new discovery, especially as the addition of feathers often conjures up the image of a giant chicken.
> Had it been discovered that dinosaurs were in fact covered with 6-inch long razor tipped spikes, people may have accepted this immediately as it conforms to the stereotype of dinosaurs as killing machines. There have even been attempts to claim that the feathers did not exist
I. Stand. My. Fact
 
1:54 PM
@SPArchaeologist *I rest my case
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: Integração WebService GNRE com C# by Alexandre on pt.stackoverflow.com
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@cybermonkey you didn't fix the mayor problem in that post: code is still VB!
You should have that converted to c# :P
 
> Community♦ reviewed this 2 mins ago: Approve
How can Community review?
 
@PraxisAshelin If an editor approves & edits, Community steps in and casts a binding moderator approve vote.
 
ah I see
Lolled at this though:
 
lol! Must be a dev prank :D
 
2:29 PM
Probably ruined it soon but did seem to be very close to the views (671) on all the questions under the account
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: Identification card for foreigners in trains in Germany by user30836 on travel.stackexchange.com
 
@PraxisAshelin it seems accurate
 
@PeterJ aw yeah, it changed now
 
Yup now our concern seems to have released Community from the clutches of the evil one
 
2:50 PM
0
A: VB Checkbook App with MenuStrip

cybermonkeyYou have not declared any variables globally, and because of this, SummaryToolStripMenuItem_Click is unable to access them. You should be getting a blue line under the declarations that do not exist, like this: if we declare the variables globally as per se: the variables become global and ...

 
@cybermonkey that answer has obvious errors, did you post here so we can all downvote it?
 
@PeterJ you mean this?
 
nope :p
 
What errors? :)
I could've probably got the OP to use ByRef without declaring any global variables, but then I would have to explain how that works, and I don't feel it's something the OP's ready for yet.
@PeterJ maybe the error is that it has no errors
 
You've changed some data types from double to int for one. Plus if you wanted to give some hints for monetary amounts they probably should all be decimal.
 
2:59 PM
@PeterJ well yeah, but that's outside the scope of the question.
could do with fixing the declarations though
good point
 
btw, why the second screenshot? Why not code?
 
it had formatting issues, it refused to format as code
looked crappy when I formatted it as a code block
@PeterJ Fixed.
 
3:43 PM
@SmokeDetector ot, but whatever
or not...
 
0
A: Don't remove the @ part of my comment

nicaelThis appears to be fixed a while ago, if I'm getting this right? Here's an example. Also works if OP hasn't commented (but in this case no autocomplete, however manually entered name isn't stripped now) and if the post is the answer.

Am I getting it correct?
Could you check on my answer please?
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: How to read and write settings.php dynamically by vishal sirsodiya on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
some people really just downvote for the sake of it:
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Q: How do I add a vertical scrollbar to a textbox?

cybermonkeyAdapted from this question, my answer no longer applies there anymore so I created a new question for it. The textbox in my program does not have scrollbars or a scrollbar property. I don't know how to add code to it to make it scroll the textbox like normal.

'Not enough research' isn't a reason for downvoting as I self-answered the question from another question where the answer no longer applied.
 
Yes, it is. I typed it in when typing this comment. — T.J. Crowder 1 min ago
what? I saw @hichris123 checked it a while ago and it worked...
 
and I just gained another downvote, why?
 
3:59 PM
sd fpu
 
@vaultah [:3590516] Registered question as false positive, whitelisted user and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
 
bug? ^
 
@SmokeDetector delete
 
@vaultah No, it's by-design so you can check the actual message number if you want to be sure Smokey took action on the right one.
 
unless some users in here seem to think a question link posted in here warrants an automatic downvote. if so, please think before you vote.
 
4:03 PM
Testing something. — hichris123 5 secs ago
@nicael ^ It stripped the OP's name.
@cybermonkey "The textbox" what textbox? "in my code" what code? There's almost no info in the question.
 
Thank you @ProgramFOX. I might have missed some of the newly added features (reading the wiki page now)
 
@hichris123 and why not the first time?...
Because I commented already?
 
@hichris123 Look at the question it was derived from, the answer isn't appropriate to that question anymore. I simply made a 'how do I add scrollbars to a textbox?' question and provided the answer from the other question. It's not supposed to refer to a specific problem.
..as stated in the question itself
 
@cybermonkey import that context from the other question
 
@Braiam I suppose I could copy & paste the initial question.
 
4:09 PM
@cybermonkey no, just the relevant parts
 
@Braiam this is the original:
I am using a theme from the web for my vb.net application and the textbox does not have scrollbars or a scrollbar property. The theme did come with a VScrollBar Control, but I don't know how to add code to it to make it scroll the textbox like normal. Can anyone help me?

It's a Windows Form. (WinForms)
was pretty funny on my original answer, the OP commented saying 'wrong answer, downvoted.', when they didn't even have the priviledges to downvote.
 
Is it ok to recycle like this to this?
 
"I am using a theme from the web" an excerpt of this theme? "textbox does not have scrollbars or a scrollbar property" I don't know VB.net, but why it doesn't? limitations of the api?
 
this revision
@Braiam that was the issue with the original question, and was the reason I moved my answer and created a new question for it
 
@Pandya yes, it is. The OP (of the question) seems to think that a copy wasn't enough on the internet
 
4:13 PM
turns out the OP was trying to use C++ and VB.NET at the same time
 
@nicael Maybe it's different for answerers?
 
question deleted, answer readded: stackoverflow.com/questions/30580712/…
this is the question that should be DV'd:
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Q: How do I add a VScrollBar to a textbox?

CosmicFaTaLiiTyI am using a theme from the web for my vb.net application and the textbox does not have scrollbars or a scrollbar property. The theme did come with a VScrollBar Control, but I don't know how to add code to it to make it scroll the textbox like normal. Can anyone help me? These are Custom Control...

 
@cybermonkey you know what would be cool, if you don't mention the other question at all, and instead put some example code of what you have up to the point where you need the scrollbar
 
Really both should be...
 
@hichris123 anyway, stripped from answers too if no comments on it; deleted my answer.
 
4:15 PM
The first question was actually better than your copy.
 
@hichris123 the first question is vague and too broad to be correctly answered
I am using a theme', what theme? 'theme did come with a VScrollBar Control' ??
IMHO the comments need to be cleaned since the OP obviously doesn't care about their question anymore.
 
@cybermonkey ... your question had absolutely no context.
 
meta.stackexchange.com/posts/258889/revisions - lol, why the revision text is not wrapped :D Report a bug?
 
The 1TB spiny drives have arrived for the quarterly data dump, installed in CO-DESQL01 #milehighops http://t.co/2lCE6QyupJ
Some people are no fun... meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/295583/… was closed as opinion based.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in answer: "Waiting for initial communication packet" error 0 in MySQL by LeonardoOmar on dba.stackexchange.com
 
4:21 PM
@hichris123 :D
 
@hichris123 it's not supposed to be a 'question,; it's supposed to be a simple 'how do I do x?', and an answer from another question where the answer no longer meets the context of the question because OP didn't know how to program.
it's the exact same question the OP originally asked:
 
@cybermonkey Then your "non-question" isn't suitable for SO. ALL questions must be questions and fit the rules of SO. Canonicals are given some more leeway, but they still must describe a problem adequately enough that one understands the problem.
 
@hichris123 see the screenshot...
 
@Undo Close the question as well.
 
4:26 PM
Uhhh right :P
 
@hichris123 'Too Broad' appropriate for the question? Flagged the answer as spam.
 
Well, it's a tool rec...
 
@cybermonkey POB fits as well
 
also seems to be spam (same question): stackoverflow.com/a/30898545/2422013
 
user259867
@Undo gone
 
4:29 PM
wow, someone nuked the whole thing
 
Probably ChrisF.
 
> put on hold as off-topic by gnat, hichris123, Undo, ChrisF♦ 2 mins ago
> deleted by ChrisF♦ 1 min ago
Well maybe
 
heh
 
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Q: If the revision comment is the One Long Word, it doesn't wrap... or do anything else not to look that long

nicaelExample: Also, it causes the revision number to have no right margin. It probably should be wrapped.

^ if the bug report doesn't seem to be legit, just look at the screenshot :D
 
mm...
 
4:33 PM
:D what's wrong?
 
Kinda curious what the diary looks like. :P
 
@Undo seems to be spam, same thing posted on two answers
 
yeah
His only answer on SR was for ACRCloud
 
4:39 PM
SR account gone
 
@Undo only because you're a mod there :P
now we need an SO mod to destroy their account there, too
 
I'll watch the account, we'll ping someone if it doesn't get destroyed eventually
 
@Undo their spam's now gone
 
4:55 PM
@Dronehinge I finally found some time to revisit that and improve the query, The reputation median is 92
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@rene ran the query only to include 'active' users (e.g, those who were active in the past month), and got 121: data.stackexchange.com/stackoverflow/query/327445/…
 
sure, see my somewhat snarky comment ...
 
@rene you haven't talked enough with demographers.
 
If we change that to only one month, so we only have 'active' users, we get 121: data.stackexchange.com/stackoverflow/query/327445/…cybermonkey 2 mins ago
 
@Braiam No, my life is OK, I rather keep it that way
 
5:10 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: ERROR WHILE MOUNTING A USB DEVICE by ASWIN DAS on askubuntu.com
 
user259867
@SmokeDetector edut suggested
 
user259867
It's an old topic, but getting outscored 3:1 in Triage like this is no encouragement to keep doing it.
 
user259867
 
It's so hot, luckily tomorrow is the last day of PE.
 
The Portable Executable (PE) format is a file format for executables, object code, DLLs, FON Font files, and others used in 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows operating systems. The PE format is a data structure that encapsulates the information necessary for the Windows OS loader to manage the wrapped executable code. This includes dynamic library references for linking, API export and import tables, resource management data and thread-local storage (TLS) data. On NT operating systems, the PE format is used for EXE, DLL, SYS (device driver), and other file types. The Extensible Firmware Interface...
> PE also continues to serve the changing Windows platform. Some extensions include the .NET PE format (see below), a 64-bit version called PE32+ (sometimes PE+), and a specification for Windows CE.
Wishful thinking
 
5:20 PM
"a 64-bit version called PE32+" come on!
 
What do you call it, fiz ehd?
 
"work"
 
That works, I guess.
 
It creates heat, it must.
 
work = energy = heat, yeah, it holds out
 
5:34 PM
define =
 
@Braiam remember that on the 64bits version those files goes to system32 where the 32bits dll's go in syswow64. Let's say that they are not great with numbers in Redmond.
 
Thank goodness. @bjb568 is okay. I was worried for a moment: dumpert.nl/mediabase/6661829/3e6afdf0/…
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nuuuu
 
5:50 PM
@Bart Slopen... a bit over the top...
 
6:00 PM
@rene Dumpert ... Geenstijl ...
 
You forgot Powned
 
@hichris123 Normal diary, like normal quiet and obedient kids do have... :D
 
Good day I'm tranting of actualizing a base of data SQL server blargh CVI.
I have the sql code:
 
?
HOHO
NO CODZ
 
Utilise this code of SQL server y it functions, but to the actualizer in CVI it doesn't actualize.
<borken formatting>
 
6:06 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: How to Calculate Theoretical Capacity and Energy Density of Li Ion Battery by n chernoff on electronics.stackexchange.com
 
Looked like spanish to me, google translate things so too.
 
@SmokeDetector Chernoff? Wasn't that an SE employee?
@SmokeDetector tpu-
 
Rebecca was
I... doubt this is the same one
 
Sure that's her. That's why she got her diamond nuked!
 
n chernoff != rchern
@TimStone
 
6:36 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in answer: java Cannot delete file, being used by another process by patrick on stackoverflow.com
 
Brown.
 
Sam
@jadarnel27 Waffles.
 
@jadarnel27 No.
 
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Q: Are we going to allow 3DS Max/Maya/Modo... questions? YES or NO?

Darth_VaderAs it seems we are still in legislation on the topic to allow 3D modeling questions. As a community I would like for us to have an official policy in place by May 1st because I see many users are getting frustrated. I think we are going to face the issue wether it falls into design or not but I...

ugh, that title
 
6:45 PM
Help vampire alert. BEEP! — nicael 35 secs ago
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: CSS - How would I do this? by Chris on stackoverflow.com
 
Please do not deface your questions — vaultah 26 secs ago
 
@jadarnel27 #a52a2a?
 
@hichris123 I don't think that's brown enough.
 
I agree. It's brown-er.
 
7:03 PM
inline styles… 0_0
 
@bjb568 ...are beautiful
 
I'm angry about the MVC model binder not mapping the list of JavaScript objects I've posted to a List<T>, but I'll get over it.
 
… what language are you even talking about?
 
Microsoft FrontPage.
 
It's what all the cool devs use.
 
7:13 PM
An example of the magic of Microsoft FrontPage: decorativecreations.com
(note: I have no idea what tech was used to build that site, I just saw it the other day when I was looking for a landscaper and thought it was amazing)
 
<script language="javascript">
//-- These colors are used in design templates

var col_primary="#7c3926";
var col_secondary="#a9ad52";
var col_tertiary="#000000";
var col_background="#c5cbc3";

</script>
@jadarnel27 What on earth...?
@jadarnel27 I see some comic sans... :D
 
@Mooseman Clearly those colors are used in the design templates haha.
 
@jadarnel27 #1 rule of web design: don't use js to set styles on load.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: IL PAPIRO DI LAUREA by Josh61 on italian.stackexchange.com
 
Is that really number 1?
 
user259867
7:28 PM
cv-pls stackoverflow.com/questions/30923594/… and optionally, understand about servers...
 
@jadarnel27 #1: don't use JS. It's an obsolete technology nowadays.
 
That's better. @hichris123 really gets this web development stuff.
 
@jadarnel27 looking at view source: not enough crap in it -> Not a FrontPage site
 
@jadarnel27 What you gotta do is use Java servlets and HTML 1.0. Now that's modern!
 
@rene Excellent analysis haha.
 
7:43 PM
@jadarnel27 here you have a real one for comparison (warning: contains <marquee>)
 
Fancy.
 
7:56 PM
@Mooseman I actually did that when starting out with web dev. I wanted responsive design but didn't know anything about media queries. It would update the style for all elements on page load and resize…
 
@bjb568 I once had an [Enter] button. I still feel ashamed...
 
It says enter in small text above return on my keyboard.
 
@bjb568 -_-
 
Searching DDG images, it seems enter is still common.
 
user259867
8:04 PM
> Implemented the Beta distribution in javascript today. Numerical instability is fun. -- Jason Punyon at 12:41 PM - 18 Jun 2015 via Twitter
 
user259867
Don't skip math, JS kids...
 
I love The Oatmeal. That site is hilarious.
 
In probability theory and statistics, the beta distribution is a family of continuous probability distributions defined on the interval [0, 1] parametrized by two positive shape parameters, denoted by α and β, that appear as exponents of the random variable and control the shape of the distribution. The beta distribution has been applied to model the behavior of random variables limited to intervals of finite length in a wide variety of disciplines. For example, it has been used as a statistical description of allele frequencies in population genetics; time allocation in project management / control...
this has so many kewl graphs
What's with the image?
Appears to be wikipedia's favicon.ico.
 
user259867
 
Sue Doh, make me a sandwich.
:p
 
user259867
8:14 PM
@bjb568 Offering college classes starting with grade 7... OTOH, why not if the freshman curriculum is at about that level anyway.
 
What are you replying to?
 
user259867
Reading up on this CCP thing that you are thanked for.
 
Oh.
 
@HomegrownTomato needs-one-more
 
user259867
Closed \o/
 
8:30 PM
agh, just had to reply to that email.
So skary.
 
Help me getting Mooseman outta the toilet chat.meta.stackexchange.com/rooms/721/shadows-den!!!
 
user259867
8:53 PM
Designers are back on track: Site design updates are coming! by Kurtis Beavers on meta.drupal.stackexchange.com
 
user259867
I'm actually out of the office this week. Thus the delayed response. I think blue will help make things not look radioactive. We'll make updates and launch soon. — Kurtis Beavers Jun 12 at 12:03
 
We are now bringing the first Colorado SQL Server into the Stack Exchange Network cluster. #milehighops
 
user259867
@HomegrownTomato What font family best conveys the concepts of skin care and muscle growth?..
 
Ooh nidz a computer to see the design
Sure they stored it on sandbox
 
9:14 PM
According to Independence Day, aliens will use common Earth protocols such as telnet and ssh, so I'm pretty sure they will use the same, e.g., resistor colour codes and part numbers. — Whelkaholism 11 hours ago
 
9:25 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title, bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: PERU VS VENEZUELA EN VIVO GRATIS by rokivai19 Jhb on patents.stackexchange.com
 
uh oh, these people again
sd tpu
 
@Undo [:3592771] Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
 
9:40 PM
why the \[:\d+\]?
 
user259867
10:14 PM
To indicate which report has been confirmed. Also, to make it possible to refer to that report using that message id. The whole sd thing (as far as I understand) is meant to help mobile chat users.
 
user259867
Wanted: Dangerous PHP Developer. Dead or alive; preferably dead of course.
 
user259867
@SmokeDetector tpu-spam
 
user259867
11:47 PM
in which bluefeet gets to use "we" referring to SE
 
user259867
Ugh, my auto-formatting extension is too... automatic.
 
The update has been delayed a bit due to some (awesome?) new projects we're currently working on. But I'll do my best to do it asap. — Stéphane Martin Jun 15 at 15:49
 
user259867
Guess I'll add "designers" as an option to the stalking webapp.
 
user259867
11:54 PM
@SmokeDetector edit suggested
 
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