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Questions exist for good answers, so of course it’s OK to ask a question if you already have a good answer. https://apple.stackexchange.com/help/self-answer I find making the question as short as possible and the answer as detailed as needed works best, but the editing process can clean up most posts if needed later. Just be sure that you don’t put any ...


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Be sure to read through the help and tour. Asking practical questions about Apple services and hardware meets our main criteria. https://apple.meta.stackexchange.com/help Just be sure to show your research and ask questions that are objective / scoped narrowly and things should work out very well.


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I have questions about which OS, added hardware using on a network. Plus questions about the rack mounted Macs as well as Airport Routers. But before I get into the nitty I wanted to make sure this is the appropriate place ? You've come to the right place. This site is an excellent site for vintage questions, especially since it's Apple specific. We have ...


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Thanks for asking this. The way to contact people on the site is to use the profile look up tools. Not everyone discloses their emails or phones or web pages, but some do. Within the site, the best way to “thank” someone is to share links to their answers, edit (if you’re sure you are making a post better - commenting first if you need an OK to make a big ...


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Adding a link to the chat room in the question might help, or mentioning it in the main chat. Or, of course, asking specific questions on the main site when you are stuck. PS: Use @USERNAME in chat to ping people.


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Thanks for reaching out on Meta to have this clarified. I see two main topics here, first the reposting of a "on hold" question, second the "on hold" of the first question itself. Regarding the reposting: You posted Battery charge status decreases while plugged in charging initially which got put on hold for being a duplicate of an older ...


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I usually don't log out so that I can just click a link and I'm in, but the log out option is in the StackExchange icon in the upper right corner of the screen: Click that Icon Select log out


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