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Are sexually explicit Gravatars allowed?
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In this case, I'...
All migrations are notified to the user. The user accounts are not created till the user explicitly logs in to the new site with the same Open ID that they had used on the other site.
When the user does login to the new user, the account association process takes place & the user's profile is 'reclaimed' - thus everything is automated.
Even if there was no specific agreement, Lifehacker abides by the terms of the license you place your content under when posting it to Stack Exchange sites. From here, which is linked to from every SE page's footer:
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In case the image isn't clear, there are different tabs to display the criteria which the users are sorted. Stack Exchange tends to explain a lot via tool tips, so hover your mouse over the tabs and numbers and you'll know what is what.
Your profile views does not include you, when you're logged in. If you access your profile without being logged in, the system has no way of knowing whether it's you or a random other person, so it goes ahead and increments your profile view count.
As long as you are authenticated to StackExchange, whenever you view your own profile, the profile view count ...
I've manually unmerged these accounts as best we can, @Pascal - you'll need to login to SuperUser once to create a new user I can assign your posts to, so you'll get that reputation back. Please comment here once you're done that and I'll happily fix the ownership on these up:
How to switch back to previous window on OS X?
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You can get all this from your profile. Click the different tabs to see how many answers, questions, edits, comments, etc. you've made. For example, to see the number of comments, click "all actions" and then "comments".
How can I set it to my network profile without having to type everything manually?
Go to your SO profile (or any profile you want to propagate to SU)
Click "Edit Profile and Settings"
Scroll to the bottom and click "Save and Copy Changes to all Stack Exchange communities"
The user actually posted 870 answers on Super User.
It's a user profile we used to merge other profiles into to get rid of them. We no longer do that.
I would have assumed that you understand this, given your question Do mods still merge spam users into the deposit user?
I'm marking this status-declined but it's really more status-acknowledged.