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Three things: Thanks for asking on meta! Nice is being polite in constructive criticism or pointing out how to reverse any decision that's relating to closing or deleting. It's super simple to edit the question - anyone can edit it so that it's totally clear how it's not different. Let's look at option 3. So - if you are trying to make use of the linked ...


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I believe you conflate two different categories here. If a question has sat idle for a long time, has no good answer, and no longer makes sense to answer, such a question should be closed and possibly deleted. The mechanism for this is to either vote to close it (if you have sufficient reputation) or flag it for moderator action. If a question has a good ...


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Right now - no one but the asker (and presumably the site developers / DBA) can exercise the "checkbox" to mark an answer as accepted. From a community moderation standpoint, the voting feature is intended designate the best answer and in cases where the OP does not tick the answered flag on any answers - that is the most prominently displayed answer. Of ...


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Since you didn’t link to your question in the body, I’ll assume you want general advice. The people that have been here for a long time have assembled our collective wisdom in the help section on asking. https://apple.stackexchange.com/help/asking Have you read the parts about promoting, editing and asking? I’d be happy to look at your question and see if ...


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fwiw, looks like we currently have 6 other "silence your disk is almost full notification" questions according to the sidebar


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When I go to https://apple.stackexchange.com/unanswered/tagged/?tab=newest, I can see your question: There should be no exception for your own questions; it's not mentioned in the FAQ entry and I can see one of my own unanswered questions in the list as well. It is possible for a question to appear there even with 4 answers: The Unanswered Questions tab ...


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Please make sure to read prior discussion of this, especially https://meta.stackexchange.com/a/18318/160917. Our moderators are impressively knowledgeable, but I don't think it would make sense to have them select which answers should be accepted. One of the principles of this site is that the wisdom of the community is, in aggregate, far greater than the ...


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