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There seems to be no direct way to only search for questions 'on hold', but one can use the search word closed:yes to find all closed questions (that haven't been deleted). For an indirect way to on …
answered May 5 '14 by Qmechanic
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You have probably accidentally clicked the feature where the answers are ordered according to activity rather than votes. To order according to votes, click on the 'votes' icon (rather than the 'activ …
answered Sep 19 '14 by Qmechanic
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No. In fact one of the current close reasons is precisely that answers would be primarily opinion-based.
answered Jul 14 '16 by Qmechanic
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That's because the community deleted one of your questions with 1 upvote (+5 rep. pts.) and 1 downvote (-2 rep. pts.), leading to a net change of -3 rep. pts. More specifically, the question was dele …
answered Apr 20 '15 by Qmechanic
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As mentioned in comments, the new diamond moderator is a SE team member, not a Phys.SE moderator. Here is a list of SE team members (using real names rather than usernames). Most moderating on Phys …
answered Feb 16 '15 by Qmechanic
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Your second guess is closest. The diamond $\blacklozenge$ behind the username signifies moderators or SE team members. The Phys.SE moderators are listed here.
answered Oct 1 '17 by Qmechanic
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I will just recap what has happened so far. A loosely formulated two-line resource recommendation question (v2) was closed by me. It appeared to be a request for online video lectures, cf. e.g. the …
answered Apr 21 '15 by Qmechanic
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It's probably caused by a SE script that automatically converts short answers into comments.
answered Apr 28 '15 by Qmechanic
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I will only address the closure, not the down votes in this meta answer. I closed OP's question (v4) as primarily opinion based, not because there isn't a definite scientific answer that in principl …
answered Aug 20 '13 by Qmechanic
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A question link is converted to its question title in questions & answers but not in comments. (In chat it is possible to one-box a question link.)
answered Mar 24 '17 by Qmechanic
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You deleted one of your questions, which has $2$ upvotes and $1$ downvote, thereby removing $2\times 5+1\times(-2)=8$ reputation pts.
answered Apr 3 '17 by Qmechanic
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Yes, moderators can edit comments after the usual 5 minute window has ended, even comments by other users. In the present case, there is a pencil icon behind my comment, so I did edit something, I m …
answered Sep 4 '13 by Qmechanic
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Let me check if the sandbox at -8 goes to the front meta page if I add a new answer.
answered Sep 15 '13 by Qmechanic
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OP has already resolved his specific problem. However, since a meta post is about policy making, it raises a more general issue about the future: Should a HNQ be protected after, say 3, answers? Pas …
answered Aug 10 '18 by Qmechanic
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In the concrete case: Yes, the question Time evolution in classical statistical mechanics was deleted 2 days ago by OP along with your comments. In general: You cannot search comments with the SE sea …
answered Nov 23 '17 by Qmechanic

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