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For a more complete picture: that answer has been flagged two times: as being "not an answer" for having "very low quality" So for me the completed question becomes: should a moderator delete badly shaped answers with bad content (see barbara's comment there to know why) after users complained? You linked two good existing meta ...


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The SOX Stack App provides a bunch of optional features, one being "an improvement to answer visibility" - a showcase of links to 5 other highest-ranking answers (by score) on that page. Changing the sorting order (between active, oldest and votes) will give you a different list of 5 answers. Since our average answers-per-question count is under 2 ...


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There are buttons at the top right corner of the answer area for sorting by latest active by votes by age (oldest first) Perhaps you clicked one. If you don't see the buttons, try with a different browser. Click on "Votes" to revert to the original sorting by points (votes).


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You're right, line spacing has been increased as mentioned here on Meta Stack Exchange: New post formatting Many people don't like the change, and posts like Please revert the line-height change! and this answer are very popular right now.


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Turning my comment into an answer. I wouldn't edit the post just for that. Especially if the other post is mentioned by way of a friendly nod rather than for an in-depth analysis or for a comparison. But if you are already editing the post for other (substantial) reasons I can't see any harm in adding a link, provided you can be sure you are inserting a link ...


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I've added an answer to our Make TeX.SX look nice again! question showing how to adjust the line spacing to something more readable. Adjusting the line spacing


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I put a disposition of the community one site https://www.screentogif.com/ that I have just found yesterday to record the screen, webcam and sketchboard and convert it to .gif. Here there is the screenshot with the different languages.


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I think the rejection stemmed from Code change (which is often suspect) while keeping the original code as a viable "alternative" in the comment. Also, some people use abbreviated code forms, like \frac12 instead of \frac{1}{2} or \newcommand\mymacro without bracing arguments; and The additional description of what's going on which may have already been ...


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