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I like the dice badges, and I appreciate their minimalistic design: they're dice if you look (the RPG.SE banner d20 is right there for the comparison) but they don't call attention to themselves. I think it's totally fine that they aren't obviously RPG-related symbols. It's not like english.se's badges are iconic of their topic, and they look great! Still, ...


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While they are dice, if we're going to change them, we might pick different types of dice for the different badges. A triangle (four sided die), a square (six sided die) and an octagon (12 sided die) for example could work. They are still quite minimal (just basic shapes) but I think most RPG'ers would recognize them for what they are (more easily than the ...


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Make the Badge icons we already have even better. I've taken the liberty of creating a few mockups of possible badge designs that keep to the dice format while maintaining its linework at lower resolutions, as well as a badge edit of the favicon: Here's also some mockups provided by @MrLemon after taking the available sprite sheet and encoding it into a ...


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Very probably not copied I took a look at the two icons, zoomed to 1600%. I looked especially at the edges of the lines to see if there were matching aliasing patterns. An icon can be recoloured, but matching gradients in the semi-transparent aliasing pixels would be a likely result even after a recolour. It doesn’t look like they’re derived one from the ...


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They are not necessarily the same. RPG.SE meta's favicon is a gray d20 outline. I'm not able to upload the .ico file here, but it has a MD5 hash c7f81da9029121051950ae912546a092. The engl DND5 wikia's favicon is a black d20 outline. The .ico file has a MD5 hash 82f5514407b95ad867762108f1e02953. This means it's a different file. (For those who want to ...


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This is not a bug. The navigation is not supposed to show up where you've highlighted; nothing makes it show up there. If you look in the top left you will find a hamburger menu beside the Stack Exchange logo. Click that. That is where you will find the navigation menu now. The hamburger menu appears on phones and narrow windows or when you have chosen to ...


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First, realize that this is fundamentally the wrong place for this discussion–this is a network-wide feature, and RPG will not be getting special behavior. In fact, RPG—along with nearly the entire network—will almost-certainly be stuck with whatever behavior works best for Stack Overflow, because that is, by a massive margin, the most popular, active, and ...


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There's no captcha bypass privilege, but once you pass 10k, your threshold before you're asked for a captcha is massively increased. This isn't mentioned on the 10k privilege page though. See this Meta SE request: Add captcha threshold information to privileges page That same meta question links to some others, which point out that captcha gets suppressed ...


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We use the extra parameter to log the behavior of users using search and to measure if any change we make to search is effective. In particular we use that parameter to determine which were the rank and relevance of the result you clicked. TL:DR; You need to ask the add-on author to fix the add-on, as we don't have many other feasible ways of getting this ...


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I mean... you'd have to ask whoever runs that wikia. Only they could answer where they chose the favicon or whether they took it from here. It does appear identical. (I don't know if someone here originally created the favicon for this meta site.)


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