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This is by design. From the help center article Why are some questions marked as duplicate? The original question must have an answer; you cannot mark a question as a duplicate of an unanswered one. The rationale is that two questions could be worded very differently, and they should really only be marked as duplicates if the answer (or answers) to one ...


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The tag is greenhouse. If you start typing that word, you'll be presented with a list of tags with the same sequence of letters in their names; you can click on the one for greenhouse and you should be OK. If you type out the word "greenhouse" in full, you need to hit Space after it for the system to accept that you've finished that tag (and are maybe ...


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Because of this Q&A on Meta Stack Exchange: Can we raise the bar for reputation for late answers to enter the review queue? In summary, Late Answers used to be "answers from users with less than 10 rep to questions that are over 30 days old". The reputation requirement is now "less than 50 rep" (and it may be raised again to 100 rep), so a lot of ...


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It should not matter. The site checks when you load pages in GL if you are logged in. Are you sure that you were logged in on both devices? Going to your personal page is not enough, you need to see also your points on the black bar. I'm using a lot of computers and devices, and I reached 98 consecutive days, before I forgot (for a few hours) to log in ...


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The seed-starting tag is a synonym for germination (along with germinating), so if you try to use it, the system will remap it to germination automatically. If you click through the seed-starting link, you'll see that it shows "germination" at the top right (perhaps not the most obvious place to put it, admittedly). The list of synonyms is also available ...


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If you go to /tour on any Stack Exchange site, you'll see the same thing: a sample question with a score of +14 and two answers with a score of +3, with an animation where the bottom one gets another upvote and the accept mark, and switches places with the other one. So it's not a bug, it's just the way that the graphics on the tour page are put together.


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Depending on your internet connection, uploading pictures this large would probably time out on our side. Your fix for compressing the images is the proper course of action.


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And the comments from that thread are relevant to the "solution" It is getting tiresome that the standard solution to quality problems on the site(s) is always "more reviews". Instead of demanding quality from new users before their post is even uploaded to the site, people keep insisting on reviewing existing posts and look for crap.... – Lundin 5 hours ...


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