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I think the motivation behind this is to make you upvote questions more in general, just like the Electorate badge encourages upvoting of questions. Giving you a counter that tells you "I've already upvoted enough questions, so now I can upvote answers" would be beside the point here. However, if you really wanna keep track, you could go to your profile and ...


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This is an idea that comes up fairly frequently, on all different sites, with the best of intentions. In addition to the link Paul gave, there's Is it possible for me to edit my answer without bumping the question up the list?, Is there a way to edit a question without bumping it to the front page?, Could we have the ability to mark a change as minor in ...


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One of the things that make the Stack Exchange sites useful is that when we have the answer, it's literally the first thing you see on the page once you've read the question. This is very valuable, and it's one of the things that make Stack Exchange sites more useful than forums or mailing lists for Q&A (I'm speaking from a Q&A perspective ...


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My suggestion is to invite this person to a personal chat (albeit public) where you can hash out some ideas and/or exchange details, since similar requests have been declined in the past. This way you're guaranteed to connect to the specific individual (if they have a chat account) rather than waiting for them to enter the main chat area, or via a comment to ...


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While I totally acknowledge that truncating the user info card is not optimal, we have to adapt it to many different designs. It is a common assumption in our design that this card has a fixed width: hence, the overflow: hidden.


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