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Should we add a [rules-as-written] tag warning, and what should it say?

Based on what Zachiel drafted up and Baskakov_Dmitriy's conclusions plus the What, exactly, is the RAW tag for? meta's answers, I suggest this as a possible tag warning: Questions about the rules as ...
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Should we add a [rules-as-written] tag warning, and what should it say?

I think it is a good idea and I think it should read something like this: A Rules-as-written question does not simply ask about the rules of a game. It implies finding out the most literal (even if ...
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Can we look at the contrast on tag warnings?

You're right, there's an accessibility issue with these colors. The colors are #9f8010 for text and #fffdf7 for background. ...
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Should we add a [rules-as-written] tag warning, and what should it say?

What is actually [rules-as-written]? We should find out! Some time ago, being very new to the site, I tried to understand the nature of the rules-as-written tag. I did make a mistake (?) of marking my ...
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Should we add a [rules-as-written] tag warning, and what should it say?

This site operates on a definition of rules-as-written that Does not conform to its wider usage outside this site, and ignores the folk taxonomy Was unilaterally determined by two members of the site ...
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