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I think this slightly misunderstands why the answer was deleted. (And, for the record, I'm not sure I agree with the deletion. But that's prejudiced by my friction with the "never tag the system" practice that was recently re-upheld by the community.) Problem is, seems to me: your deletion is a bit of a bank-shot. It's not that RPGSE has a policy ...


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The comment formatting section of the editing help pages lists all the available shortcut links you can use in comments, including [help] for the help center. As of posting that is: [meta] – link to the current site's Meta; link text is the site name (e.g. "Super User Meta"). Does nothing if the site doesn't have (or already is) a Meta site. [...


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It's diamond only Most of the help pages aren't editable at all (excepting CMs/devs), however the On Topic page is editable by diamond moderators. That means the community doesn't have means to edit, nor suggest edits, to that page leaving it entirely in the hands of diamonds. So, we would need to remember to do it and have a good way of weaving it in. How ...


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Fun tidbit, we actually just discussed a very related issue in a meeting of the Pro-tem Moderator Council. Though the On Topic page is one of the few help pages dimaond moderators can edit (as explained well by Someone_Evil), the reason why the rest of the pages cannot be edited, in large part, is because unified wording allows SE Inc. to roll out wording ...


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Answers that do not fundamentally answer the question may be removed. If we do not know what the question is, answers cannot possibly answer it. Fundamentally, the question cannot be answered in such a state. Any answer to such a question is subject to deletion per this rule. There doesn’t need to be another one. And this question was unclear: it did not ...


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Nevermind, I just figured it out. It's [help], which is converted into the text "help center".


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