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The criteria you're looking for are not publicly documented, to prevent people from taking advantage of it (e.g. to obtain flag-related badges). Some possible candidates can be found in this Meta Stack Exchange post: What is the SE version of Seven Dirty Words? For the example you mentioned, "@Someone Thanks, fixed", I'm pretty sure the "...


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From this post on the main meta, it appears the criteria for auto deleting comments when a user flags them is the following: Comments that are flagged by multiple users are deleted automatically. The number of flags needed is usually based on the comment's score. It currently takes 3 + (Score / 3) flags (rounded up) to delete a comment. Comments containing ...


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There are a lot of different RPGs out there (and a lot of editions of a lot of RPGs), and a lot of them use the same keywords, names, and – in some cases – book titles. As such, guessing what game system a question is asking about can be quite difficult - or rather, guessing incorrectly can be too easy. And you, the asker, do not want answers that are for ...


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I've gone ahead and unprotected these 3 questions now; as you point out, there's no possible issue that can arise from unprotecting questions that have been permanently locked. (I think all types of post locks other than the comment-only lock do prevent anyone from posting an answer on the question.) I also agree that questions that are permanently locked, ...


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Note that MathJax will make a page slower to load and can be jarring if there's a lot of inline equations (note that typeface and size is different). For superscript in normal text, say for footnotes, use <sup></sup> and html codes for special characters, such as &dagger; for † and &times; for ×. Equations and Maths First, a definition. ...


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Yes; only the edit needs to be within 12 hours of the answer. The moment of the upvote (actually, the score being > 0) doesn't matter. Let's say that you answer something, and: You edit the question 12 hours before or after answering it. This allows you to edit now, answer later — or answer now and edit later, when you have the time. Your edit isn't ...


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