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Why did my answer only receive half of the 50 bounty?
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It seems to be the case that the bounty starter did not award the +50 bounty. But your answer has two upvotes nonetheless. As What is a bounty? How can I start one? explains: If you do not award ...

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How to thank an Ask Different user that saved my MacBook Pro, as well as my personal finances from destruction?
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Flattered as I am now, it is also very satisfying to read that another usable laptop was saved from its premature fate in the dumpster. The environment would like to thank you back for 'repairing' ...

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Is it ok to "thank" someone by upvoting many of their questions?
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Another aspect apart from "thanks through many votes is not how this is supposed to work": Is it ok to “thank” someone by upvoting many of their questions? Is looking through someones Q&A ...

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Should an RSS feed of hot network questions feed any chat room(s) here?
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Yes —— the feed is useful in a separate room reserved for the feed and discussion about the questions, please. https://chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/92126/hotness

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Spurious posts that advertise body building products
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Not necessary. Such a script, well quite similar, is already running: SmokeDetector How does it work? Warning: technical programming details ahead. SmokeDetector sets up a websocket connection to the ...

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Do we want to have any style guidances around indenting/centering images in questions & answers?
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As far as I understand this issue as presented, we should not even offer any style guide in that particular direction (others: maybe). But the core problem is already exemplified within the question: ...

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Can we fix the answers as comments problem?
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Unlike forums and other sites, this site focuses around the idea of questions, answers and comments, so it is preferred that answers are not used as comments. I guess that the first part of that is ...

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Does this post's status suffer from wrong close reason and is indicative of robo reviewing?
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The following will now indeed read as quite broad. It lists the most probable of the possible angles to approach the problem I can think of at the moment. If the question can be edited into form again,...

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Display date as red if it's longer than 2 years ago
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Special markings for a really old date of a question might be somewhat helpful. But it is not helpful for the examples given. This question is now over 3 years old and didn't receive an accepted ...

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Is it good-practice to use a comment (or parts of it) of someone else to answer a question?
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TL;DR: Yes. We shall please not answer in comments. In my opinion: everything in comments below a question that 'answers' a question is up for grabs. Attribution or even wiki-style are not needed, ...

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