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I asked you a question about marking a question with the "answered" mark and asked you NOT TO mark it with that mark.

 

 

So you marked it with ANOTHER mark, so i cant enter my question because im a "normal" user and it wont let normal users read it.

 

Can i atleast see the question when i get a mail from you that my question was answered? (Through the link in the mail)

 

HOW does that mark even work?

 

And dont even think about what youre thinking. Stop. Dont do it.

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I'm pretty sure your other question got deleted because you put a cuss word in it.

Are you the person who keeps asking about dropping 2 rocks and wanting to know info about the center of mass? If so, an answer was posted to it just recently.

hectictar  Mar 24, 2017
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No im not that guy. My question was about how and when you mark questions. 

 

Please answer my full question.

 

AND WHY IS THAT QUESTION MARKED WITH A NEW THING (that weird blue line)

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The blue line just means that a new post was made to that thread.

It only shows up on threads that you have looked at before.

 

And only mods have the power to check mark a question. A mod has to personally check every answer that gets check marked to make sure it is right and then give it the check mark.

hectictar  Mar 24, 2017
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Will i be able to see my answer after you finish answering it? Will you remove the red mark (not the check mark) that blocks me from reading it?

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I think the question you're talking about was deleted.

It isn't being answered on that page. Normal users can't see it.

 

Wasn't your question just about how check marks get there?

If so, I just answered the question in my last response.

hectictar  Mar 24, 2017

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