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, either use the "invite to room" feature in chat or add another comment with a link to the chat room you created. You could also manually copy the comments into chat. …
answered Dec 4 '13 by Mad Scientist
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There is no next line in comments, comments are meant to be short and line breaks are intentionally not allowed.
answered Aug 6 '14 by Mad Scientist
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If one of the users in a comment conversation decides that his part should be removed, it is usually a sign that the comments have become either obsolete or non-constructive. Removal of the whole … comment thread is a good thing in those cases. Prohibiting the removal of quoted commments would make it impossible to ever remove any conversations except for laboriously removing the comments …
answered Aug 16 '13 by Mad Scientist
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You only get notifications for comments on posts that you own or when you participated in the comments and someone addresses you with @Yrogirg. You don't get notifications for comments on answers to y …
answered Sep 10 '12 by Mad Scientist
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You need to remove the spaces to get the notification working if the first part of your username is only one letter, so @dbl or @dblim should work. See How do comment @replies work? for much more details about the comment notifications. …
answered Sep 5 '11 by Mad Scientist
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On your own profile under activity is a list of your recent comments: https://math.stackexchange.com/users/88985/willemien?tab=activity&sort=comments
answered Aug 30 '13 by Mad Scientist
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There is no way to see that, even moderators can't see a list of comments that were flagged by a specific users.
answered Jun 12 '13 by Mad Scientist
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You can notify anyone who edited a post using the @user syntax, see this post on Meta.SO for more details about the notification system that you really don't want to know.
answered May 21 '12 by Mad Scientist
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The timestamp that is automatically updated is calculated in Javascript on your computer. If your computer now has a wrong date and time set, the calculated timestamp will be wrong. From your descrip …
answered May 12 '13 by Mad Scientist
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The SE-wide common way to say "Thank you" is to upvote the post, that's what that feature is meant for. While a single "Thank you" comment is nice, it can quickly get confusing if a dozen users add … confirming that the solution is working. While that can be achieved by marking the answer as accepted, I find it often the case that I can add some useful information in my comment, thanking the user and …
answered May 22 '12 by Mad Scientist