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According to this answer on How do comment @replies work? - Meta Stack Exchange Spaces are removed from the display names for matching purposes. So to match Peter Smith you may use @pet, @peter, @peters, or @petersmith. The last two are useful if Peter Jones is also participating, who can then be distinguished using @peterj. However, no spaces are ...


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In response to an answer to your only question asked on the main site, you wrote: The two responses I have received here have convinced me that I am not a suitable member of this elitist club and I will retire graciously and apologise for taking up your valuable time If you still feel that way, the simplest option would be to just not visit the site any ...


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You can do it yourself from within your user profile. Click on the favicon on the Stack Exchange yo bar (hovering over it with your mouse will show you current username). This will take you to your Activity page and click on the menu option Profile at the top. Here, under your Username and to the right of your chose favicon you will see in red Click here ...


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You are not going to lose reputation if a user that has accepted your answer is deleted (assuming they have only accepted your answer). After the user removal, the accept will be owned by the Community user. If you go to the Community's All actions page and select tab accepts, then you will see that Community has accepted some answers, although it hasn't ...


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