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The body of your question you want to post doesn't meet the quality guidelines - plain and simple. Your question body does not provide anything that would support your actual question and does not define what question you're trying to ask. You just say "I tried searching" and "I couldn't find how to do this" but you do not make an attempt at explaining ...


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It would probably be a good idea for you to install an English spell checker. All major browsers support them and offer them for free. Your question is full of spelling mistakes. Obviously, English is not your first language and some mistakes are natural and nothing to be ashamed of. However, the system does detect this sort of thing and you could greatly ...


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There's no lower threshold for research needed for questions. And why would there be? Just look around. Many of our best, most viewed and best answered questions come from simple, clear and completely unresearched questions. I've dallied around this in previous iterations of this answer but it's really that simple. There's probably a positive correlation ...


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It's hard to talk about "what users want" when none of the cited past discussions seem to end in agreement. The "accepted" answer on this question is not the popular favourite... By a very long way. It appears to be a battle between: A small, tight band of Deletionists. People who would uphold every single founding rule of SE, regardless ...


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I have no objections at all to people coming here to get help fixing their problem as soon as possible. I do not think we should expect visitors to have any prior knowledge about using Ubuntu - they might be installing for the first time and we support that (effective research is really hard when you know nothing about the subject) have a desire to become a ...


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Here is my opinion which has been shaped from Oli's answer to another question: There are some processes that are pretty daunting to new users. Boot errors, graphics driver foul ups, random crashes. You can throw them at a 10,000 word generic answer ... but they're left having to follow it. It's not always possible for every level of user. I'm sure ninety-...


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Can you suggest me some useful plugins for Geany? The problem with your question is that there isn't a way that I could got it wrong. Is not that there are several ways to do the stuff you want, but you don't put some specifics restrictions that people have to follow. Is like: give me a list of X. It just don't work. Questions that lack any specificity ...


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There's a concept all users needs to be very clear of, and they usually get them wrong: Question A Question B Requeriment 1 Requeriment 1 Requeriment 2 Requeriment 3 Requeriment 4 Requeriment 5 Requeriment 6 A is a subset of B, yes; they are related, yes; some of the answers of B can apply to A, yes; but ultimately they are not duplicates. A is ...


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This is a much more reasonable solution that simply deleting them, true. However, there are still quite a few problems with it: You are still moving this content off-site which is part of why we don't want to delete them in the first place. Many users will be scared off by github. This is AU not SO. This means that your stated goal of allowing edits to ...


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