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Yes, mostly Changing "him" or "her" to "them" without really strong reasons should be declined during review as "no improvement whatsoever". If done by an user with editing rights, it should be rolled back and commented with the appropriate meta link. but sometimes Sometimes gender of the character or person in ...


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Comments Suggesting additional information to an answer is what comments are for. We accept their use for certain other things, but this is what they are primarily for. The hover text even reads: Use comments to ask for clarification or add more information. Avoid answering questions in comments. You might have to do a bit of juggling to add a picture (...


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Closing off-topic questions is not trolling and I would avoid calling it such The people who are voting on questions through the queue are voting how they vote because they genuinely believe it is the right thing to do. Not just anybody can cast close votes; you need three thousand reputation in order to do this, and that is no small number. These are people ...


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No one is trolling anyone. In a comment below this answer, doppelgreener wrote: Since I'm being quoted here, I will add that I have been repeatedly vocal that we should not be hunting down old questions to close that haven't been recently active. So while I agree voting to close them when we come across them isn't inherently an issue, actively seeking out ...


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