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Some questions/comments:
  • The list of approved tags is not complete. I imagine PRE was left out on purpose, but why list the tags if it isn't a complete list and there's a link where a complete list is available? I'd rather see that space used for something else--in my experience trying to use unallowed tags is something editors rarely have to fix, compared to
  • the misuse of PRE tags (which is why I think that the line about CODE tags should be listed before approved tags),
  • posting in the wrong place (maybe SOPW should be listed first, as it is where most people should post),
  • people who aren't logged on (when they want to be),
  • and poor titles. I'd rather see the things that cause the most work addressed in the limited space than the things which are automatically taken care of.
  • I agree with the person who suggested the mention of search and super search.

In reply to (kudra) Re3: New hints.... by kudra
in thread New hints.... by demerphq

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