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I'd be against this really. Apart from any technical issues about setting it up, I post a lot of answers and a lot of those have images but almost never do I post a complete document. For a multipage document I take a conscious decision which page or pages to show, and for a single page I usually crop to the area that I want to highlight in the answer. I ...


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TeXample is alive. I added 6 examples just in the last few days. In 2013 I added 15 examples, which isn't so much, I agree (chronological list). I slowed down since I've got my second child, still I wanted to add all submissions and still plan to add some of the great examples from TeX.SE. I'm very sorry that I missed to add your example. I scanned through ...


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Just to weigh in quite late, I'm a not-very-smart LaTeX user and I often come to tex.SE from google. lipsum does not confuse me.


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Without an example, it's very difficult to know the sorts of problems you are seeing. Certainly the network has clear policies on self-promotion. But it does not seem like the instances you see are actual violations of that policy. They are, rather, potential violations of this community's scruples. If so, it's very important that the entire community ...


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I think this feature is a brilliant idea. Somebody who has a new question just needs to drag'n'drop their latex folder onto the question, and it compiles automatically (if it does), provides a stacktrace (however useless), and provides the full output at a finger click. New questions would always have some (at least) partially executable code, not just ...


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Ok, thanks to the comment of Werner, I read the discussion about missing support for copying. There were unnamed security concerns. Thinking about it and not being an IT guy, a function to copy code (which is not LaTeX) to a readers clipboard doesn't sound like a horrible threat, but however, you can obviously do something evil with it, especially if the ...


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