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Recently a question was asked that I think would be much better on academia.SE. The question isn't about math at all -- the exact same question without changing any word could have been asked about ph …
asked Feb 13 '14 by Najib Idrissi
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You have to remember something about the SE model. It is a for-profit private company. Their goal is essentially to be the #1 result in search engines whenever someone types something that ends with a …
answered Apr 11 '18 by Najib Idrissi
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Clicking a hint makes it stay visible even when the mouse stops hovering it (clicking it again makes it fade again). Thus one can click the first hint, and only then click the second. Hierarchical hin …
answered Jun 28 '15 by Najib Idrissi
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(Inspired by this meta.academia.SE discussion) A new feature has been introduced this summer, tag warnings. These warnings are meant to provide users with just-in-time information to help them av …
asked Nov 5 '15 by Najib Idrissi