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I once or twice commented under my favourite mod's old or inactive post first making sure there are no other comments before mine, and requested a private chat room for an important or private issue. …
answered Jun 21 '17 by NVZ
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Thank you for being an active user. Questions, answers, comments, and even user accounts are deleted when they meet the criteria listed in the help centre pages, mainly: Why and How Are Some Questi …
answered Feb 19 '18 by NVZ
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Editing any post will automatically push it onto the reopen review queue. But conditions apply. Or, if you already have reopen privilege, just your vote to reopen will push it onto the queue. Users …
answered Jun 21 '17 by NVZ
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Everything, everything you said, is relatable, so very much, and I was you, three or four years back, and I left for almost a year, and returned when I overcame that initial awkwardness here, and I've …
answered Jul 13 '17 by NVZ
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I don't think so. It's asking for a word, not displaying any intention to murder or anything. OP could be a writer, or maybe it's just fun and curiosity behind the question. Either way, it's fine.
answered Mar 22 '18 by NVZ
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Looks like a request for resources, and I suggest migrating it to meta, since we do accommodate such questions here, albeit rarely.
answered Jun 1 '17 by NVZ
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It's not possible for the most part. Sometimes OED allows it's page to be seen for free. But try visiting the same link another time, and you'll see a paywall. There are a handful of pages that are …
answered Mar 7 '18 by NVZ
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For regular users there is no special tool to remove all comments. You'll have to go thru them all one by one. Or maybe there's some user script that can help simplify matters. In case removal of you …
answered Jan 16 '18 by NVZ
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You can't vote (up/down) for your own post. But you still can vote to close, reopen or (un)delete your own posts.
answered Jun 12 '17 by NVZ
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Help center explains a lot about comments, and is a must read. Comments are temporary "Post-It" notes left on a question or answer. They can be up-voted (but not down-voted) and flagged, but do no …
answered Jul 3 '17 by NVZ
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Feel free to rollback the approved edits or improve on the existing revision. No user will lose reputation.
answered May 17 '17 by NVZ
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Had to jump in and edit it, cuz I couldn't resist it. ;) Now it's your turn to edit it and insert alt-texts.
answered Jun 12 '17 by NVZ
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suspend the user (the suspension duration may depend on the seriousness of the issue). Again, I do not support publicly criticising a user even if you think you are being as polite as a Disney princess. …
answered May 27 '17 by NVZ
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To "improve" edit suggestions, you need the privilege to edit posts, requiring no peer review. For editing questions and answers, the privilege is granted at 2k reputation. But for editing tag wiki …
answered Jun 5 '17 by NVZ
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Since comments are ephemeral, I'm moving Dan Bron's to this answer. ;) I don’t think there’s a policy that overly-long comments must be moved to chat. That’s one option for what to do with them, b …
answered Sep 30 '17 by NVZ