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CAPTCHA despite logged in with good reputation

Being a user with good reputation doesn't mean you will never see a CAPTCHA. It does mean that you won't see it as much as a new/anonymous user. There are a lot of different factors that go into ...
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Why can't I start a bounty?

You do not have enough reputation to add another bounty. You added a 250 rep bounty on December 5th. For you to add another one, you must double the reputation. You do not have 500 reputation to offer ...
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why does "asked yesterday" persist after more than 24 hours?

This seems status-bydesign. Based on the current time of 2014-09-10 14:31:43Z, "today" is defined to be the time range 2014-09-09 14:31:44Z to 2014-09-10 14:31:43Z (or the past 24 hours) and is ...
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CAPTCHA despite logged in with good reputation

As Oded mentioned, there are a number of factors that may cause a CAPTCHA to appear. One of these is time. Perhaps the time was very short. I've typed up answers while riding the bus, and switching ...
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Voting to Leave open, then still be able to vote for close?

Given that people can change their minds, this isn't a problem (in the same way that you can retract a close vote). There isn't a good reason to disallow close votes - given that edits or additional ...
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Delete others' comments on my own post

This feature is not part of the stackexchange feature set. New features can only be requeseted on the primary meta site https://meta.stackexchange.com/. Feel free to post your request there. If you ...
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Delete others' comments on my own post

It is true that tex.stackexchange looks a lot like a social network of friends who greet each other, vote for each other (and point it out), ask for relevant comments to be deleted because the person ...
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Missing tie in signatures of comments

This question never received an official answer, but it seems clear from Anna Lear's revision that this is status-bydesign; that is, expected behavior.

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