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It would appear that it is not: Introducing Dark Mode (beta) for Stack Overflow. There are a lot of challenges to implementing dark mode across a platform like ours. We are among the 40 largest websites in the world in terms of monthly unique visitors. We also have hundreds of communities with different design aesthetics. On top of our public Q&A ...


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Regarding your questions: There is no dedicated feature to see how many users are online (but see Martin's comment for some ideas); it is also not exactly clear to me what it would mean. Generally, the site is more designed as an asynchronous medium, not for real-time or near real-time interaction. The follow feature is very new. As far as I know such a ...


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The numbers are not inappropriate. This is a standard font. You can change the font on your side, if you want to. Of course basically everybody else will still see it differently. Some instructions are here How to change all fonts on Stack Exchange sites? You should not use MathJax here for writing these numbers either. That is inappropriate. You should ...


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I haven't logged into this site for some time, but I felt I needed to to register my displeasure if our community indeed marches further down this route. This might not come as a surprise, given my last meta question: Under what criteria should we remove questions from the HNQ list? Let me start by stating that the goal is to filter out bad titles. If it ...


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Although this would require more work to implement, consider that instead of posts being excluded based on the autofilters just not appearing on the HNQ list, they are also placed in a separate list. Then somebody (at least the moderators, but perhaps it can also be accessed by certain other members, e.g., ones with particularly high reputations) can ...


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