This is the current state of viewing a code snippet in full-page mode. Whatever is at the top of the rendered content gets covered by the site header. I thought that the header used to disappear in full-page mode, or when the user scrolled down the page – I could be wrong. Possible solutions to this could be: Put some padding-top on the rendered content for every post in full-page mode. Hide the header in…"Header in Full-Page view gets in the way of code output"
For answering a question which nobody answered before, I just thought it would be nice to have questions sorted by random. Today, I sometimes go to the last page of the result list for unanswered Java questions. This is page 22712 and goes back to 2008. When taking the newest questions, I’m too slow to be the first person answering (which is not the end of the world, but might be disappointing if someone else’s…"Sort questions by random"
On my laptop I only have a 1366×768 screen, as a result when I go to edit one of my answers the How to Format panel on the right and some other panel (How to Edit?) that I can’t see (for this reason) are hidden and I can’t scroll them into view. Now I’m aware of the problem with it overflowing onto the footer and that doesn’t bother me, as it allows it remain visible.…"Editing help panels hidden"
I am located in the Paris region, and I have recently started seeing this job ad: That’s very nice and I might even be interested in working at ARM in Paris, but when I actually click the link to https://stackoverflow.com/jobs/companies/arm I see 16 jobs, 9 of which are in Cambridge UK, the rest in the USA, and 0 in Paris. Why does the job ad claim (or suggest) that ARM has jobs in Paris when…"Why am I seeing jobs tagged with the wrong location?"
Usually when I click to close a question, it’s just a vote. But sometimes the question is closed immediately just on my say-so. I haven’t been able to discern the pattern. Why is it sometimes just a vote to close and sometimes an instant decision? (I understand that the instant decision never happened until I hit some rep threshold. But now that I’m above the threshold, it seems unpredictable.) I find the unpredictability of it…"Voting to close versus unilaterally closing"
just at the moment … Say I click to ordinary SO https://stackoverflow.com on the right, there’s the “Looking for a job?” blue box. I click on a job (X) – it appears fine. no problems. However – say I just click on the ordinary Jobs link on the top from the X page, I click on “search Jobs” from the X page, I click on “jobs” link up the top in all those cases I…"Is “Jobs” link bust just now ? or maybe an odd cookie problem?"
Who keeps up-voting terrible lazy questions, questions that show absolutely no evidence of effort? Please stop doing this. – Hovercraft Full Of Eels 17 hours ago Many times I have felt the same way. I come across some mess of a question with no formatting, no punctuation and no effort shown whatsoever, and sure enough there’s an upvote on it. It takes a lot of self-control to not go on an all-caps rant about who…"Who keeps upvoting these terrible questions?"
When I click on the Jobs link, I get an error page with a picture of Statler and Waldorf. The recent Meta question about 500 issues seems to have been resolved. Is this something new? Any idea when it’ll be fixed?"“Jobs” seems down"
When I put my mouse over the people reached the description is not shown fully and I have to resize my view to see the description."Description of impact (people reached) is cut off"
I have posted a question on StackOverflow. When I originally posted the question, I only posted the bare minimum code to help answerers diagnose the problem quickly. Now, I have realized that piece of code is not what was the problem. My question is should I delete my question? I am thinking to do so because it will not help (or even hinder) future users who also have this problem. On the other hand, it…"Should I delete my question?"