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Questions tagged [status-completed]

Indicates that the report has been resolved through the implementation of a feature or the fixing of a bug.

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The color (or contrast) of visited links is too light to be readable

status-completed This has been fixed and will be live after next build on production. After visiting a link, one can't clearly distinguish between this link and surrounding text.
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Flagging history appears at the bottom of page

status-completed It's now fixed and will be live after our next production build. On my flag page the sidebar at the right containing a summary of my flagging history has recently been pushed right ...
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Some old icons are still showing

In the Hot Network Questions, the old icon is still shown. In addition, in Chat, the old icon is shown on the user card as well.
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Icons misaligned with the new design

The design update messed up all my icons: Tested on Chrome and Safari on MacOS. Also tried clearing the browser caches to no avail.
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Tags are too low-contrast to be readable

status-completed It's now fixed. What if I want to do code reviews on a laptop at the beach? How am I supposed to read this in bright sunlight? In seriousness, this is problematic for users with ...
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Selection state of upvote/downvote buttons on Meta isn't obvious

On Meta, the upvote/downvote buttons are gray. It's not obvious whether dark gray indicates that the button is selected or light gray indicates that the button is selected. It's complicated by the ...
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Can we get a consistent green, please?

I just checked my profile page and found this: Can we please have the accepted-answer score background and the reputation indicator (and privilege bar) in the same shade of green?
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Empty white rectangle in the new design

I really love the new design! I think there is a bug or something missing. I have an empty white rectangle on the sidebar on the right. I've tried without an ad-blocker and with different browsers but ...
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Synonym Request: [smtp] -> [email]

I have a review request that pertains specifically to SMTP behaviour and would like it tagged as such so as to be unambiguous and searchable. However, I have no objection to such a tag deferring to ...
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Let's add more [naming] to the blacklist

I happened to see that naming was recreated and removed today. In the past, there was also high favorability towards burnination. Many other bad meta tags have already been blacklisted, so should we ...
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Why was “Set ADT union Assistance” not migrated to Stack Overflow?

I voted to migrate this question to Stack Overflow, but it seems I was the only one: https://codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/111092/set-adt-union-assistance it is off-topic here on Code ...
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Should we add an (AES) tag?

I was recently writing a question about AES and noticed there's no aes tag. There are 60 questions with AES within them so it begs the question, should we add an aes tag and add it to these questions?...
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(pascal) vs. (free-pascal)

This question has been half-answered before: Pascal / Delphi / Pascal Script tags It was explicitly asked again here: Should we have a [free-pascal] tag? but no answer was given. Now a bunch of ...
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Let's clean up [cleancode]

The tag cleancode was recreated, so it was not blacklisted the whole time. Anyway, should it be blacklisted at last? If so, then I believe it should also apply to the other variant, clean-code.
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“Obsolete” meta posts: should we delete them?

Comments on an answer given here suggest plain deleting the meta questions we marked as "obsolete". These are old posts about site policy, that have been superseded by newer & better posts. I ...
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Inconsistent Python tag formatting

There's python3 and python2.6, but python-2.7 breaks this pattern. Can this be fixed?
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Route some questions to [url-routing]

Some one recently created url-routing. At time of writing, there are 75...56 20 0 candidate questions for this new tag. Anyone care to lend a hand applying it? As always, remember to make all ...
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Should we nuke this post from orbit?

Normally I wouldn't ask, I'd just kill it with fire. But this post is a bit... special. Derpifying Images It's an anti-post, a troll question... and yet, it's one we love to hate. From the ...
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Should the [css] and [css3] tags be merged?

I can't think of any good reason why the css3 tag should exist on CR at all. There is currently a discussion going on over on Meta SO as to when the css3 tag is appropriate. CSS3 is not a well ...
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Do we [stl] need [stl]?

Update: STL synonym created instead of burnination: See stl It appears that stl is "selectively" used for questions that utilize the Standard Template Library. However, this only applies to C++,...
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action = ([ternary-operator] == bad_tag ? “burninate” : “keep”)

Currently, there's 17 tagged questions for this tag, either being superfluous (use every tag I can) kinda questions, or very complex ternaries replaced a potentially large ...
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Dispose of [idisposable]?

There are 3 questions tagged idisposable, one closed as off-topic, the other two featuring an IDisposable implementation. I don't think we need a tag for any ...
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Do we need any more [programming] [practice]?

The first tag has been recreated multiple times, while the second is likely a variation of best-practice, which was previously removed and temporarily blacklisted. They are about as useless as review ...
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I don't think this tag [functions] quite well

The tag functions doesn't seem very useful. The tag wiki only states the definition and the questions just... contain functions. In terms of reviewing, there aren't really any differences between ...
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Do we need [tdd] and [unit-testing]?

Do we need tdd and unit-testing? I understand that they're not synonymous in the real world. One can unit test without testing first, but do we require this fine grain distinction between the two? In ...
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Shall we stop [naming] things?

The naming tag currently has 47 questions. Should we eliminate it?
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Not-so-[random] tag for [dice]

I created the dice tag this morning. At over 60 candidate questions, it was time. Here is the list of candidate questions. When adding the tag, please be sure to make all appropriate edits. Of ...
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Making a tag for a Code Review community project

Last year, two community projects were born. One of them has been, according to some Github statistics, one of them is a lot more active than the other. Perhaps most importantly, the Rubberduck ...
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Synonymize [levenshtein-distance] -> [edit-distance]

I created the levenshtein-distance tag without knowing there was already an edit-distance out there. Can we make the one I created a synonym of the existing tag? This will ensure any future users are ...
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Vote to close bounty question - example code

https://codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/87366/unit-testing-ui-related-modules A module + test could look something like this: ...
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Should we have a [free-pascal] tag?

For a pascal, delphi, pascal-script related question: Pascal / Delphi / Pascal Script tags For a discussion about how the pascal related tags should be organized (as synonymous, for example), please ...
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Create structs tag? Or burn classes tag?

Are we okay with classes? If so, how come there's not a structs? Would it be appropriate? Should I create structs, or would it be better to burn classes?
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Tag request: [atl]

I am new here and thus do not have permission to create tags yet. Could we create the atl tag, which is equal to the atl-tag on Stack Overflow? I would like to tag this question.
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Should we have a [calculator] tag?

Example questions: Simple calculator Java Calculator Console calculator Ruby Kata Gem: Calculator Calculator - C++ operator-overloading Small Python calculator Calculator using class ...
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Selfie code-only answers as an offsite link

This question Gees - GPL Euler equation solver and its revisions were recently affected by this policy we have about how to add selfie-answers to your question Specifically (I have bolded the ...
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Any [comments] on this burnination request?

Last summer we burninated a number of meta tags. These were mostly tags that described what the original poster of a question was concerned about or wanted to have reviewed. I stumbled across the ...
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Should we let [dry] dry away?

This tag was burninated as part of this discussion, and I've seen it come back a few times after that, including today. It may be a popular review request, but that doesn't mean it should keep coming ...
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Working code vs. working program

I have a feeling that our guidances should be worded better. Take this excerpt from the Help Center: To the best of my knowledge, does the code work? I believe this question is incorrect, as seen ...
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Improving the site description on our take-a-tour page

Our tour page says: Welcome to Code Review Stack Exchange CR http://cdn.sstatic.net/Sites/codereview/img/apple-touch-icon.png Code Review is a question and answer site for sharing code ...
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Insufficient “How to ask”

As a newbie coming to CR and asking the very first question you can see There's nothing about broken code there and many new questions seem to get closed quickly because of it. Moreover, it names no ...
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Should we sign up for Winter Bash 2014?

Winter Bash 2014 is approaching! We signed up for it last year, and it was a really big hit. I'm still posting this in order to get an official word from the community and to make new users aware of ...
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Is the [ecmascript] tag needed?

I think this tag should be made synonym with javascript. It currently has only 6 questions, 4 of which are JavaScript. One is tagged instead cold-fusion and another .net. It has 0 followers. I'm just ...
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Tag for code that loads code dynamically at runtime

I think we could use a tag for questions about loading code at runtime. Ideally, it would apply to all programming languages. Some examples of questions that such a tag could apply to: Bash ...
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What to do about the [erb] tag for Ruby?

erb was mentioned as a possible rogue tag. It has currently has 3 questions and no wiki. It turns out that erb is a Ruby class. As best I can tell, erb is used for ...
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[hash-map]->[hash-table]

We have both hash-map and hash-table in the system. I have been trying to keep from having language-specific constructs in the tags. Not sure how this one slipped through... again. I propose ...
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Close reasons and migrations (and stats?)

One of the close reasons that exists is: Questions containing broken code or asking for advice about code not yet written are off-topic, as the code is not ready for review. Such questions may be ...
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Stack Snippets broken — Insert Into Post doesn't work?

Does the snippet tool no longer works? "Insert into Post" seems to do absolutely nothing, and I could not find a stack-trace in the console either. Observed on Chrome version 40.0.2174.0 canary ...
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Pre-creating tags [crypto++] and [cryptopp] for email notifications

I have subject matter expertise in the Crypto++ library. I'd like to set up email notifications for the library. I noticed the site does not have tags for the library. Is it OK to set up tags in ...
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Is it time for [design] to finally resign?

After a consensus was reached in this post, the design tag was burninated. Since that time, I've seen it recreated a few times by different users (those that didn't know about this tag's history). ...
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Stop mentioning major concerns in title

On the Ask a Question page, users are currently faced with this: state the purpose of your code, and mention any major concerns. I have recently started commenting on many questions with this ...