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Does the MSE software filter these words out automatically? Yes. According to Should 'Hi', 'thanks', taglines, and salutations be removed from posts?, "hey" and"guys" will be removed automatically, only if it's on the start of body (including whitespace). If so, why didn't it remove them from the original version of the ...

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As @ArcticChar notes in the comments, it's under the profile button/dropdown: This is a recent change: We’ve shipped some changes to the user profile navigation and this feature isn't even properly mentioned, but the responsible developer commented about it here: Oooh, sorry it's not in the demo @Glorfindel. It shows you your Teams profiles, network ...

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As pointed out in the comments (by lulu and Xander), it is possible to put the superscript on a blank space. And an alternative is to put it on a vertical (=zero width) phantom box created by TeX's \vphantom-command, or empty braces ${}$. I experiment with the differences in what follows. This is what it looks like if you simply put the superscript on a ...

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I have never accessed Meta through my profile. Here is another way: click on the rightmost icon on the top bar of the site, where you have all your other communities, and Meta.

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This is not unusual. Math SE receives a huge number of questions every day, and I would imagine that most of them receive only a small number of impressions. This is particularly true of questions which are posted outside of the most active hours (it looks to me like your question was posted very early in the American morning, which makes it less likely to ...

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As pointed out in the comments, this is not a new feature. The OP of the linked post has just used Markdown formatting to manually add a link to the profile of the user in question. You can see how this was done by navigating to the revisions history for that post, and then clicking on 'Source': Using [@Lac][1]'s comment, we have ... [...] [1]: https://...

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Just like @ArcticChar wrote: You should stop worrying about these votes. If the system detects them as serial voting those would be reverted and if these upvote not reverted then have fun. These are the upvotes you earned from your hard work.

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Even on the main site, suggested edits to tag wikis will not show up in the Suggested Edits Review Queue to users who do not have the approve tag wiki edits privilege, which is unlocked at 5,000 reputation. So, when you say Like in Main it makes sense when you can edit the questions and answers and review other edit. you are missing the fact that users ...

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That's a new feature for the first-post queues (as mentioned in a comment there are now two such queues, one for answers one for questions). Reviewers are encouraged to leave comments for the post-author, but now they can also choose from a few options of canned feedback which will appear as a comment from the Community account. See Review queue workflows -...

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According to this question Automatic bans never expire or "time out". This means that you cannot simply wait for a certain amount of time. If you do not take action, you will never be allowed to freely post again. The only way for the ban to be lifted is by contributing positively to the site in other ways. Mods can't help also. What can you do? ...

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I think such a question needs to justify its existence by stating why it is expected a name exists. If it does this, then it should be OK. The issue is that most theorems (and almost all lemmas) do not have names - only the very famous ones do*. This means that these questions can be unanswerable: noone knows if a name exists, but noone is confident enough ...

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