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TL;DR Are there any benefits for voting for any less than all three choices (1st, 2nd and 3rd)? No. Does the voting robot let us get away with checking any less than all three? Yes. The simplest way to understand it is it's more or less working like ranked choice voting. Let's say we have 100 voters and candidates A, B and C. Our threshold for ...


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Usually we ask users not to so drastically change the scope of the question after there are answers with upvotes. It is too late to reverse what has happened, however. Now, unfortunately we are stuck with a situation where there is no mechanism to move your answer to the other question and maintain the votes on it. My suggestion is to add a note to the top ...


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You can exclude certain terms with the - operator, as described in the Help Center. In this case, since the keywords you want to exclude, you have to make them exact matches with ". Searching for "falcon" -falcon-9 -"falcon-heavy" gives 133 results; it looks like it returns both posts using the word 'Falcon' on its own, and also 'falcon-1'. (I say looks ...


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You can abandon the largely useless stack exchange search capability and use duckduckgo, which supports the negation operator much better than google. falcon -spacex -heavy -9 -9s site:space.stackexchange.com works pretty well.


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You can also remove tags using -[spacex], for instance. Try this query.


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There is an identify-this-object tag for just this sort of thing and it's quite active and well-written questions are generally well-received. Your question should contain basic information about the photo including at least the approximate location, time and date and any other details you have. I see that you do have estimated time and location so this ...


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I merged manufacture into manufacturing and created a synonym.


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The review started Mar 1 at 0:35:05, and completed March 2 at 13:03:57, with 3:2 vote in favour of reopening Your vote wasn't counted in that reopen decision apart from triggering it. I obtained the time the review was completed by hovering over the relevant part of the timeline, as shown in the above screen shot


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No, it would not make a difference. Once you edit a question from the queue, it boots it from the close queue. So now no more queue actions on the question can occur, even if you were a user who hadn't taken a queue action on the question.


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