Why aren't posts getting votes?
While the views are from different IPs, most of them aren't even by registered users or users with the privilege to vote. If—quoting Jeff Atwood—90% of all visitors can't vote on the stuff they see, then this would explain the lack of votes quite easily. And I agree: It's sad to see good questions stick around with 0 votes.
Comments serve an auxiliary function; they exist to support the all-important questions and answers. The goal is not to generate more comments, but better Q&A.
As such, you should assume that comments will be temporary; if you're putting information into a comment that would be nice to have around long-term, consider trying to work it into the question ...
Above the answer list, there's three tabs: active (descending by change), oldest (ascending by age), and votes, the last one being the default when you haven't changed the order.
In all of these sort modes, the accepted answer is first only if not by the same user as the question.
So your request is actually the default, and (AFAIK) has been from the ...
Yes, when a user is removed without their votes being retained, the votes are nullified, hence your rep change. (If the votes were to be kept, the Community user would take ownership of them.) Therefore, removed votes no longer contribute to the post score.
There is no simple way to figure out which posts were affected. Vote removal due to user deletion ...
When sorting by votes, the accepted answer is promoted to the top, regardless of votes - unless it's a self-answer, in which case normal vote sort is used without promotion.
No change in sort order. Normally, accepted answers are “docked” under the question. This is not true for ...
Visio questions are on topic here. Microsoft Visio is desktop software and not a programming tool, so it fits here (as opposed to Stack Overflow or Web Apps).
Excerpted from the help center, emphasis mine:
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I would have accepted the answer you did.
I really like that it quoted the different questions; that made it much easier to read. Speaking of different questions, asking so many different things in one post is frowned upon (and why your question was closed as too broad).
The accepted answer is to the point where appropriate (e.g. in response to #3) and ...
The additional 10 votes on questions comes into play if you've distributed your votes to questions and answers prior to the 30-vote limit, instead of just answers.
In a nutshell:
Cast 30 votes to all answers: you get 30 votes
Cast 30 votes to questions and answers(roughly 1 question vote for every 3 votes), you get 40.
From the faq. It would seem the purpose was to move the content up or down (for both questions and answers) and if the questions was useful. The question is useful to at least the OP, but I can't see where how it's written falls into the vote requirement or research from the OP. And the editors do a pretty good job of retooling many questions from grammer to ...
As far as I know that IS how they're ordered. Accepted first, then highest vote count and descending, with some randomization for equal-voted answers (to prevent me-too type voting).
If I'm wrong, please correct me.
How can I remove malicious spyware, malware, adware, viruses, trojans or rootkits from my PC? Seems to be a fair proof of case.