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Put yourself in my shoes. You'd been a member for years, almost 3000 posts, hundreds of thousands of points of hard-earned reputation. Your account has got you work. It's something you value. Then some scrot hacks your account. Clicks delete. Everything gone. How would you feel? So instead, there's a process. You talk to a real person. They work out if you'...


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It's not just your questions that would be useful to have fast access to. It's also your answers, and your favorites (i.e., questions you have starred), and the list of all actions that you have done on the site, and the list of all your accounts across the Stack Exchange network, and so forth. That's why your profile exists and why no page on Ask Ubuntu is ...


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All questions that you have asked on this site are accessible for you from your profile. You can navigate to your profile by clicking on your avatar in the top right corner of this page. The tag that you use for your question can be whatever you like. But the tags won't be come useful unless the tag is related to your question.


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You can find them in your profile on the activities page. On the mobile site, you must scroll down and change the drop down menu to favourites.


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I don't really understand what you're asking for. The user ID is rarely useful but for those times when it is needed, all you need to do is go to the user in question's user page and copy the id from the URL:


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This has been fixed in the source, and will be available after the next deploy. Thanks.


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When you open your reputation page, make sure you have Post as the selected sorting in the top right.


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It seems that there was a bug in the system. I needed to change my email in the secondary account to something new (instead of blank), then everything worked like it should. INFINITE THANKS TO @Seth. You're the man, man.


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This issue seems to be fixed now. The accepted now has a green backgroud color.


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In the search bar, type: <keyword> user:me is:q ... and you'll find all your questions where the keyword appears (your user number appears automatically) To get all your answers with the keyword, type is:a


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Searching for tags to tag a question sometimes requires a certain amount of trial and error, but in this case finding the right tags for your question was not difficult. tag was an obvious tag to start with because of the high probability that someone already asked a question at Ask Ubuntu Meta related to this tag. Surely the volunteers who help to create ...


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Use a png file and use a small one. That's it! ;-)


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