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Add the get parameter ?share=1 at the end of the question's URL, and all the answers will show. You have to set it only once per browser session. I have built a Chrome extension to automate on pre-load. (It's also open source.)


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It's probably the underscore before the @ sign. It's not technically invalid, but it's not especially common, and I can easily see that badly written format checkers would flag it as invalid (you're not allowed to have a full stop before the @, so they might generalise that to all punctuation characters).


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I would add to k0pernikus's great answer that the ?share=1 is officially supported and promoted by Quora (it is not some ephemeral hack that would go against their policies): Marc Bodnick (Leads Quora business & community teams, executive at Quora): Open any Quora URL. If you come across a Quora link anywhere and you want to read it without being ...


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Here is the signup form for Basecamp Classic: https://signup.37signals.com/basecamp/Free/signup/ I just registered an account and it works, but I don’t know for how long it will be still available. Update: as of 4/12/2012 the link for sign up looks down. It's unfortunate, especially since there's no API for the new basecamp. Update2: As of May 18th, 2012 ...


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That's strange, I recently added S3 to my account but didn't get all the other stuff lumped in. AWS stuff is pay-as-you-go, so just having them activated in your account doesn't mean you're going to pay for them. You can also remove 'activated' services from your account on that same page, if you just don't want them activated.


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It is possible to know programmatically if you are logged into social web sites. Check the header (and then the HTML source) of this WSJ microsite to see what other user details besides your current login status on social web sites can be tracked (I found it creepy so I now use a Google Mobilizer Bookmarklet when I visit domains that are not on my whitelist)...


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With this little script, you can easily pre-set the number of responses. Code function closeForm() { // get active form var form = FormApp.getActiveForm(); // retrieve number of responses thusfar var responses = form.getResponses().length; // set close message var msg = "Maximum number of respondents has been reached"; // set max var ...


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You can translate "newly created accounts" to "accounts created after June 2017" – it seems they've basically grandfathered the web client, you'll never be allowed to log in to the WeChat for web unless you obtain an old account or they change this policy. Source: https://github.com/Chatie/wechaty/issues/872


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To your pointed technical question, there are no technical issues with allowing the form to continue to exist client-side. It's always a click or two away in any case. If asked over on the UX SE, I'm sure it would come up that it's a waste of space. Almost universally, interfaces should be individually optimized for the current situation. Even Google opts ...


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I went to User Settings (Gear Icon at bottom) > Logout > Logout > then was able to log in, then click on the Discord link from the original web site to 'accept invitation' to that site's channel.


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My account is about 2 years old and is identity verified. I still get this message if I try to use web chat. I somehow think the message should be regarded as "Web Client WeChat is no longer supported"


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Just had this exact problem. Solved it by manually deleting the Quora cookies. I have cookies from sites that I do like so I didn't want to delete all my cookies. Just Quora's. These steps are specific to the Chrome browser. In Chrome's URL text box type: chrome://settings/cookies Then search for quora. Delete anything you find with extreme prejudice....


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It’s not a new thing. Such bans can also happen by mistake. Or some IP can be banned. It is a common practice. At least for me. And I am located in worldpostalcode.com/united-states/florida/tampa. As you say, it is good that these bans are temporary, so not a big deal overall. But you may contact a technical team to get more explanation of why the ban was ...


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Create one personal profile for yourself, using your real name. Or log in to your own personal Facebook account. Then you can create a Facebook page for this business. Source: How are Pages different from personal profiles?


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It would be good for the user to be able to choose his school from a list. Only if the school is not yet there, ask the user to create new school. Are you saving school info for each teacher separately, or do you want to have separate list of schools without duplicates? Second approach however will not stop a teacher from creating second entry for the ...


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