In my recent StackOverflow question, I got an immediate answer in a comment. There was an interesting and useful actual answer later, but I felt the credit should go to the commenter. I invited him to give an answer, but he didn’t. So I put in an answer saying his comment should get the credit. But if I choose that one, or the other one, then he won’t get the credit."How can I credit a commenter with giving the right answer?"
I might just be freaking out over nothing, but this is the first time I have ever seen this happen: Is this a bug, or did a bunch of people actually completely clear the queues? Clicking on them leads to a page saying “This queue has been cleared”, so I’m guessing its the latter. However I have never seen this happen before, so I want to be sure."Review queues empty?"
I’ve been trying to run processing 3d sketches on my laptop with no success, tried to look on the internet for someone with similar problems but didn’t find anything even related (the processing.js forums are not very helpful at all). If you can point me to a good searching direction would be very much appreciated. And since you already bothered to read this question I’m going to post some info about the problem: Processing.js version…"Anyone ever had this problem with processing.js?"
I saw this user on stackoverflow on the other day. It shows that it is a background process that helps to keep the site clean and updated. But I wanted to know more details on how this works. As you can see the process has cast many votes. It has also raised helpful flags and even edited posts. So if this were a background process, how does it decide on which answers/questions to edit, cast…"How does the Community(moderator) background process work?"
I have created library functions which is exposed to user ..From User interface application ,he will be able to call these functions and they will perform individual functionality. Now I need to develop a timer module which is independent of existing library . But wen a library function is called… A timer also should start simulatenously. How do I achieved this without creating thread inside a library function for timer? Basically timer module needs to…"Creation of library functions in C – threads and callback usage."
I flagged the following question a few hours ago and it came back as being disputed (a few hours later), despite no edit to the question being made to update their code to contain real code, rather than an image of it, or what they tried to resolve this themselves: Make tagging based on @user The OP was also asked in the following comments to post their real code, were present in the question at…"Why my flag for what I felt to be a low-quality question was disputed"
I suggested this edit to improve clearinterval() doesn’t work with my code to animate element position ‘s display and relevence by: Changing a snippet that would never do anything (but console.log errors that had nothing to do with the question). Adding two relevant tags to aid search and categorization. It was reviewed by Dij as “reject” because: This edit deviates from the original intent of the post. Even edits that must make drastic changes should…"The rejection reason of my suggested edit is clearly nonsense"
A question was edited to a new question. It was subsequently rolled back to a past revision. After 11 minutes, the new question is still present. A Rollback war is not occurring. The browser was refreshed to ensure it was not an oversight on my part (Firefox 54.0.1 (32-bit) on Windows). I don’t rollback often, and I cannot recall the last time I used it. Looking at the history, it states “Rollback to Revision 2”,…"Is Rollback working as expected?"
Apologies if Meta is not the place for this. Let me know if not, and I will delete. (If it’s an OK Meta question, I’d take suggestions on a better title!) I asked a rather badly-worded-novel-of an excel/vba question (after a long search). Heading was fine, text was questionable: Combine two overlapping tables of date ranges I received an answer that DOES work with the data given, but is too slow for my purposes (because…"My SO question: Delete? Accept, but explain what I did instead? Start a new topic?"