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If you come across these, flag 'em and ask a moderator to clear the migration history. We were supposed to do that when shutting the site down, but it's possible we either forgot or these were migrated prior to the shutdown event.


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So, there's a check that runs to see if you have access to the various options before giving them to you... It checks if you have full editing rights before giving you the Edit button. You don't have full editing rights, so you didn't get the edit button. It checks a whole bunch of privileges before giving you access to the Close and Leave Open buttons... ...


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Yeah, that's what happens when chat messages containing superpings get starred. There's been a bug report about this on main meta, Superpings don't show user name in sidebar, which has been status-ignored for the last two years. I guess it's not a high-priority thing to fix. The double-ping syntax for superpings doesn't really need to be a big secret - ...


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I added the blacklist to all sites back in 2015. Literature didn't exist then, so it didn't get the blacklist. We should probably get in the habit of adding it during site creation, but for now I've just added it to all sites created in the interim.


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Is this the intended behavior? Yes. From this post on rate-limiting questions for new users, catalogued at The Complete Rate-Limiting Guide (both of the posts I just linked contain a LOT more detail on rate limiting and its rationale): The new-user ask limit is now one question every 40 minutes, network-wide. That means only 1 question every 40 minutes on ...


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There are two questions on Meta StackExchange about this: Traffic isn't correctly registered on Site Analytics, Traffic isn't updated correctly on Area51 A comment on the first question by Dean Ward, software developer for Stack Overflow, says: We're investigating, we've had a number of large changes to our Google Analytics infrastructure, looks like ...


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The tag untagged appears automatically when all of a question's tags are removed. When editing a question, it's impossible to remove all the tags, so the only way a question can get down to 0 tags is if its sole tag is removed by the system. This happens because there is an automatic job that removes tags that are used on a single question and that are 6 ...


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Those items appear to be dimmed when deleted single-handedly, or migrated, by a moderator. Indeed, those two posts: Should "New Spring" be read before the rest of books in the Wheel of Time series? and Please help identify a fanfic-y apocryphal story based on Noon Universe appear greyed because they were undeleted by one user and a moderator. If ...


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