Mokubai
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Did I do something wrong with my question?
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I closed it because it was, broadly speaking, a shopping question asking us to find a character or group of characters which meet a broad set of requirements. There could be anywhere between 1 and ...

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Are questions related to (Mozilla) Pocket software on topic?
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It depends on what feature of Pocket you are asking about. If you are asking about features that operate primarily on your desktop or laptop computer such as the addon that works within your browser ...

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Why all the Downvote of this question ? Is talking about cheating closed source games off-topic?
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You question was not actually closed, it was simply cleaned up for inactivity. Without a sign that some positive activity is likely to happen here, such as someone wanting to answer it or many ...

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Why was this question about Alexa off-topic (and how can I write it better)?
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Per the help centre "on-topic" page media devices and smartphones are off-topic here. and it is not about … websites or web services like Facebook, Twitter, and WordPress, electronic ...

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Should this question be closed as unclear for not having a question sentence?
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There's "enough" of a question there for me, but for the next person to come along? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ "Unclear" is one of those things that is quite opinion based. What might seem unclear to you could be ...

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Google Apps is now called G Suite
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Merged and synonymised. updating post history, 168 rows affected (pipe delimited) updating posts, 136 rows affected (pipe delimited) updating PostTags associations, 136 rows affected updating ...

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Why have the review audits not been fixed?
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There is no real way that the answer you were reviewing "Looks OK". It has several red flags that, at the very least, warrant some kind of investigation or action. Firstly the formatting is awful ...

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Synonymizations for [graphics-editing] before pumpkinization happens
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graphics-design and graphic-design have been synonymised with graphics-editing. graphics needs to be dealt with separately, which I think is what you are suggesting, as it is too vague and probably ...

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Synonymize [mfp] and [printer-scanner] with [multi-function-printer]
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Both mfp and printer-scanner have been merged and synonymised with multi-function-printer. I copied over the wiki excerpt as well for a bit of context.

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Can I use rep from another Stack Exchange sector to place a bounty?
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No, you cannot transfer reputation from one site to another for the purposes of giving bounties. There are a few good reasons for this. Reputation or skill or knowledge in one field does not ...

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Is it acceptable to ask the same question in two different Stack Exchange communities?
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No, cross-posting is not acceptable and is generally frowned upon even if a delay is involved. Stack Exchange already has an answer for this Is cross-posting a question on multiple Stack Exchange ...

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Are general networking/protocol questions on topic here?
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Looking at your examples I would have to say that all three of those questions are off topic here. From the help centre: Super User is for computer enthusiasts and power users. If you have a ...

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I have an answer for my "too broad" keyboard question that was closed yesterday - shall we re-open it, or forget it?
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Undeleted and reopened. This is the right site for these questions, but it is difficult to diagnose intermittent faults and your question doesn't give any hints as to how to replicate the problem. ...

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Merge [bugcheck] into [bsod]
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bugcheck has been merged with bsod and a synonym has been created.

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Reputation decreased but not shown in history
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It looks like the reason for your loss of 2 points was the deletion of a "stub" that was left behind when a question was migrated(10K only link). You had edited the question, which gave you two ...

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`modern-ui` to `windows-store-app`
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To me windows-store-app should be used to indicate problems with the Windows Store app and not be used as a descriptive term for apps that are bought on the Windows Store. Using it to describe the ...

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Question closed as too broad because of the wrong belief?
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Your question has been reopened to give it one more time around the loop. Bear in mind though that it is currently at -4 votes and has already been through reopen queue and failed to be reopened ...

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Edited question to bring it into scope, how does one get the "on-hold" removed?
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Your edit has pushed the question into the Reopen Review Queue, and will be assessed by the community as to whether they think it should be reopened. You don't need to do anything more for now. Once ...

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I have reached my question limit?
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This is a new mechanism to augment the low quality question ban system. Instead of outright banning users it will rate limit them. I believe the limit may be variable but I have seen a potential of 1 ...

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Question in tangled state with broken link
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The community user regularly goes around cleaning up (i.e. deleting) old questions. In this case: If the question is more than 30 days old, and ... it was closed and migrated to a different site ....

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2014 Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire
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Super User's broad scope overlaps with several other Stack Exchange sites, including but not limited to Ask Different, Ubuntu, Server Fault, Unix & Linux, Software Recs, and others. How do you ...

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Closed DLNA question
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Adding a line stating that you are wanting to use it "from a computer" is not a magical bullet to suddenly make it on topic. If you were to instead ask if DNLA was a valid solution to your problem ...

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How do we clean this up?
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I have cleaned out a good few of the answers and have closed the question, for now. The vast majority of answers completely sidestep the question as asked and rather than answering why USB C to ...

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Can I ask what the definition of "enterprise services" is?
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This would not be on topic for the main site as it is to do with company definitions and not computer hardware or software. "What does word mean?" Or "How do I use words or phrase?"...

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Cannot use the answer button on any stackexchange site anymore since site upgrade
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You are using an old and unsupported browser. As a result performance and functionality is not guaranteed. It might work but there isn't much we can do. I appreciate that this is not helpful, but it ...

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Remove accidental rollback to previous revision
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Sorry, but no. Moderators cannot delete revision history on answers or questions. It's only minor noise and does not need to be deletable. If you have a really good reason to want them gone then ...

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Why do I need 15 reputation to mark an answer correct and 50 to add a comment?
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You can't mark it as an answer (the green tick) because it isn't your question. Once you get 15 reputation then you will be able to upvote the answer though. The reason for this limitation is to ...

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Potential Tag Merge/Synonym: [msiexec] -> [windows-installer]?
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As above msiexec has been merged into windows-installer and a synonym created.

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Nuke the [damage] tag
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damage has received a critical hit.

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