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There is no automated way of doing this from your end. However, you can refine your search on the main/meta site to identify posts which have the now-defunct URL using the search query url:"river-valley.tv". This reveals only 24 posts: My suggestion would be to visit each post sequentially over the next couple of days (say 5 posts a day) and you'll be done ...


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This problem - aptly labelled link rot - is a problem on Stack Exchange which cannot be solved easily in general. As such, it's best handled on a case-by-case basis. The best would be to comment on the post (thereby notifying the author) and request an update of the information. Such an update should - in the very least - separate the content from the link, ...


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Sorry if I answer with a question, but why is academic honesty so important to you? Please don't misunderstand me, but if someone copies my code means that my code is good. Of course, I would be happier if they cited me (it is also a rule of the site, I think) but the most important thing is that users get the answers they want. An adage amog old Italian ...


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I don't see this as being a valuable feature. Attaching a list of possible related (or duplicate) answers to an existing answer will clutter the answer space with some related, but also some unrelated information. Just like the question suggestions feature a list based on some algorithm that results in hits and missed, you'll have the same with answers and ...


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Right-click the time stamp of the comment and select "copy link URL" (or the like): (Could someone provide screen shots in the rest of the languages, in order to comply with our new all languages policy? ;)) English by the God Particle:


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There is a clear distinction between the when the short permalink translates to a title/not, and this is based on whether the link is to a question or an answer. Question-links are automatically reverted to their titles, while answer-links are not (and remain in their http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/<id>/<user> form). As an example, here are share/...


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The following query could be a starting point: https://data.stackexchange.com/tex/query/877843/find-links#resultSets Please note that it returns a few "false positives", i.e. answers by other users, but maybe it is good to leave them in so that these posts can be fixed as well. I just learned that there is a url key for the search https://tex....


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Thanks for your input. We've adjusted the links and they are now red.


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When the sites were recently re-designed across the network, a lot of them were left with standard blue links and blue coloring for elements like the bounty count (from Stack Overflow, I guess). In some cases -- like TeX.SE -- the blue color doesn't go well with the site.1 Because of this, I wrote myself some user styles to override these blue links on ...


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