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An alternative way to accomplish this is to simply mark your questions as Favorites. In that way, they will come up on the Favorites > activity tab on your profile when they are edited. The people who …
answered Jul 18 '14 by Emilio Pisanty
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I'm not sure exactly what you're asking for, but this is indeed available on a site-wide scale. This is done via the Stack Exchange Data Dump. This is a collection of all the questions and answers …
answered Jul 28 '14 by Emilio Pisanty
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This is only possible with the Established User privilege at 1,000 rep. Click on the post's score and you'll see the upvote/downvote breakdown. On occasion, this can be quite useful - particularly on …
answered May 25 '15 by Emilio Pisanty
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Yes, this is a known 'issue'. The 6-character limit is inherited from SE-wide policy, and it was primarily designed for sites with overwhelmingly text-driven content where it is very rare (though stil …
answered Mar 2 '17 by Emilio Pisanty
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As regards free-body diagrams and the like, I think users will be better off with a client-based simulator as the range of possible requirements is probably too broad for a web-based tool. This quest …
answered Jun 4 '13 by Emilio Pisanty
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Single cases and anectodal evidence are tricky bases to work with here. We notice the ugly suggested edits, but who's to say that there isn't a large body of reasonable suggested edits by drive-by ano …
answered Nov 6 '15 by Emilio Pisanty
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This is a minor quibble but since the site's CSS is in review I thought I'd bring it up. I just found out, via this MSE answer, that if you ask a question and then comment on the answers below it, you …
asked Aug 3 '15 by Emilio Pisanty
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Some history on this feature: it started as a userscript written by Scott Morrison with contributions from Physics moderator Manishearth, proposed and developed on this meta.MO thread, which was then …
answered Apr 5 '17 by Emilio Pisanty
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Feature requests of this magnitude are usually very hard to get past the Stack Exchange team. On one hand, this sort of script is very heavy and it significantly adds to the page load times, particu …
answered Jul 19 '16 by Emilio Pisanty
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You mean kinda like FAQ questions (on the main site)? That's an old effort, though, and I would argue that There are already plenty of automated solutions, including the ability to sort by votes an …
answered Dec 16 '16 by Emilio Pisanty
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We have very little control over this. Physics Stack Exchange is part of a network of 160+ sites. All the sites share a common engine, so it is possible to request and obtain site-specific changes to …
answered Dec 16 '16 by Emilio Pisanty
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The site is rather good (mostly through the efforts of Qmechanic) at re-tagging questions when the original tags are sub-optimal. If you're a new user and you're not sure quite how to tag something, j …
answered Aug 9 '17 by Emilio Pisanty
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If by "we" you mean the community of users on this site, then we cannot downvote comments because the system's software is designed in that way and we do not have access to that type of changes to the …
answered Apr 16 by Emilio Pisanty
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I was going to rail about this when it came out, but I decided to give it a few more days like the team asked. Well, it's been a few days, and I still don't like it. I don't like the black bar bei …
answered Dec 10 '13 by Emilio Pisanty
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There already is such a review queue: the Unanswered Questions tab, easily accessible on the main navigation panel between the Badges and Ask Question links. Moreover, you can also filter on a per-t …
answered Aug 3 '17 by Emilio Pisanty

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