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I tried editing a question with that tag, and I got an error about that tag not being allowed. I will check what happened, but it seems the software running Stack Exchange doesn't allow that tag in the questions. I have a vague idea of why this happens; I just need to verify it. As per Are tags with a name made of just numbers still allowed? this has been ...


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As a diamond moderator, I would like to see the threshold lowered. I do not like closing questions outright; I think some community consensus is needed so that diamond moderator bias doesn't creep in. Right now, the site doesn't get enough traffic to warrant the current five vote threshold. And, remember that closure doesn't not always mean the end of a ...


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Sorry about this; this was my bad. It was impacting an API. I verified that we didn't have pure numeric tags on some number of sites, but I obviously failed and didn't thoroughly check all of them, which is my error. I will find another approach for the problem that I was trying to fix. The code has already been reverted. Again, sorry.


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This is done. Note that this blocks edits to old posts as well as new ones, so you may find the occasional prompt to rework a link when editing.


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As I mentioned in my comment, the edit was approved after the post was deleted, so it took a bit for the system to catch up. The system did notice that you were "owed" a 2-point rep reduction, but it simply hadn't taken effect yet. I forced a rep recalc on your profile, so you should see the accurate rep display:


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I cleaned up some old, blatantly off-topic questions, and edited untagged out of the other questions. Now there aren't any questions using it.


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There were only 4 questions with bad tag, I fixed them. Old tag should be destroyed automatically soon. Just by the way, I doubt if this tag is useful.


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Some of you may have noticed the Meta Stack Exchange post - Testing three-vote close and reopen on 13 network sites (it's linked in the featured on meta sidebar) - we've finally got this project under way and Drupal is one of the sites we'll be running the test on. Starting tomorrow, I'll be changing the site setting and closing and reopening will require ...


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I have pushed a fix for this. Though it seems the old background image is cached. I just pushed another fix with the css cache breaker in it.


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This is a global problem that is affecting some themes. Accoding to Top bar with double color?, the problem is fixed and will be live soon.


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I removed the offending styles (not sure when/why they were added, but should have been removed when it was redesigned). With you in the next build.


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Confirmed on Chrome with Windows 7 Professional x64. Seems to be related to the div.bulleten-item-type CSS rule: Indeed, editing the width from 25px to 15px (shaving off 10px), fixes it: bulletin-item-type { width: 15%; } as per se: This seems to be a partial fix, however, since Chrome ignores width on the content:


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