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The rules are quite simple: If it's the first post of a new user, it will end up in the First Posts review queue But you are right in thinking that deleting all older posts can make a newer one the First Post, and it will get reviewed too If a post is flagged as Very Low Quality or (if it's an answer) as Not An Answer, it will end up in the Low Quality ...


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From the FAQ on Meta SE on deletion: You can't delete your own question if it: has an answer with upvotes (even if that answer has a net zero or negative score) has an accepted answer has multiple answers (even if there are no upvotes) has an answer with an awarded bounty You can't delete any of your own posts if you've already deleted five of your own ...


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The best and my favorite way is RSS that I wonder nobody mentioned it before. Just hover on the tag you want to follow it and press the RSS icon on the top right of appeared tip:


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Go to Filtered Questions and create filters. For example, I created a filter called Matrices: I am notified whenever new questions on matrices are posted on a total of 11 SE sites:


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The details of the situation are explained in this post: What can I do when getting "We are no longer accepting questions/answers from this account"? I will quote some parts (note the passage at the end) 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 ...


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You can do this once you have 10k reputation: Access moderator tools You now have access to various lists and statistical reports, giving you a broad overview of activity on the site: ... The full history of reviews by all users in any /review queue Another option is to use the Stack Exchange Data Explorer; here is a query which lists the most recent Late ...


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As mentioned in another answer there is no need to delete an answer when you accidentally turned it into CW. Moderators can change it back to a normal post. All you need to do is get our attention. The best way to do this for things like that is to raise a flag "in need of moderator intervention" on the post and to briefly explain the issue. Except ...


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Flag it for the moderators and ask them to convert it back from community wiki.


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My solution: As @Glorfindel suggested, I added all the following domains to the PAC list. ajax.googleapis.com cloudflare.net googleusercontent.com gravatar.com imgur.com sstatic.net BTW, I didn't mention the following because they are already in my list. stackexchange.com chat.stackexchange.com After doing so, I can visit chat rooms successfully. Therefore,...


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There is a list of domains which might be necessary when browsing or participating Stack Exchange on Meta Stack Exchange. Perhaps you're missing ajax.googleapis.com or cdnjs.cloudflare.com? I have uBlock Origin installed, and AFAIK it tells you all domains which are being used for a page. For chat, it's the following list: stackexchange.com chat....


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I just went to StackOverflow where I have never edited a post before, and tried to edit a post. On the right was this notice, which looks like your description- However it did not cover my "Save Edits" button. I noticed that if I change the zoom setting on the webpage, the box moves. Maybe you can do this to move the box out of the way. Another ...


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The option to go to the next page is the button with the triangle: Unlike the mobile apps, the mobile web version of the site is still supported, but Stack Exchange is in the middle of a multi-year program to switch to so-called responsive design which is supposed to look good and work well on desktop, tablet and mobile phones alike. The Q&A pages have ...


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As @Brahadeesh notes, the question already had a pending suggested edit, which can be seen from the question's timeline: You would have been able to see the pending edit if you switch to the responsive mode with the 'full site' link at the bottom of the page.


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No, this is not possible. See e.g. this post on Meta Stack Exchange: Is there a way to see who voted on your posts? No, voting is by design anonymous. Not even ♦ moderators have access to information on individual votes. Knowing who up- or downvoted your post would likely incite some users to up- resp. downvote the voters' posts, which we want to avoid: ...


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All the details can be seen in Shog9's answer on Meta Stack Exchange: What are the details on the “candidate score” which shows during an election? I will just add that if you look at a specific candidate, you can see also list of their badges in a specific category in a tooltip if you hover over the number of badges (such as 5/6, 6/6, 8/8, etc.) Here is a ...


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How does voting work? There are three votes, but the votes are ranked. You select a first choice, a second choice, and a third choice. (It is possible to only make a first or a only a first and second choice.) You do not cast three equivalent votes. Once voting ends, initially only the first choices are considered. The candidate that comes in last is ...


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Overlaying symbols Yes, it is so easy to overlay symbols, Just one command: eg. To overlay the $\wedge$(\wegde) and the $\bigcirc$(\bigcirc) to make the Kulkarni Nomizu Product: $$ \wedge\!\!\!\!\!\bigcirc $$ Which is "$\text{\wedge\!\!\!\!\!\bigcirc}$": Overlaying $\}$ (\}) and $\div$(\div): $$ \}\!\!\!\!\div $$ Which is "$\text{\}\!\!\!\!\...


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You can achieve this using a SEDE query. In particular using this query you need to enter the deleted user's displayname and the non-deleted posts will be shown ordered by their Score. For example this will be the result for the user you mentioned in the question.


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I refer to the official answer on the main meta to Who can see what in my profile? I quote a part: Things visible to diamond moderators only: real name* email* how many days you visited the site (and your current consecutive visits streak) your IP address* all the names you used in the last 90 days *mods have to click a link to see this information, the ...


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As @Zacky mentioned, there is a proposed FAQ on Meta Stack Exchange. That focuses on the facts; I wrote an answer to a similar question on Arqade about the advantages of both features: You should use the 'follow' feature when: you want to receive inbox notifications you want to keep the fact that you're following a post private you want to keep a reference ...


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For those with little experience in LaTeX, the best on-site source to consult is mathjax basic tutorial and quck reference. This site uses MathJax software and MathJax relies a lot on LaTeX commands (not all), surrounded by dollar-signs. The tutorial will help you get up to speed in no time. When I started here, I became very familiar with MathJax by ...


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