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Community Promotion Ads - 2014 [duplicate]

It's the time of the year again, namely it is December 2013, and so we shall now refresh our Community Promotion Ads for the new year. What are Community Promotion Ads? Community Promotion Ads are ...
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Additional useful buttons for our M.SE editor

Do you hate the guys trying to optimize every single part of a process? I'm one of those. Believe me, it's even harder for me. When I sit next to someone watching him writing something, taking the ...
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Community Promotion Ads - 2013 [duplicate]

As it is December 2012, we are now going to reset our Community Promotion Ads for the new year. What are Community Promotion Ads? Community Promotion Ads are community-vetted advertisements that ...
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Community Promotion Ads - 2012 [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Community Promotion Ads - 2013 What are Community Promotion Ads? Community Promotion Ads are community-vetted advertisements that will show up on the main site, in the right ...
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Upload large amount of data more easily

Lately I came across this question with a huge amount of data which I put on pastebin here under my account. One can see that I've already put quite a few mathematica.stackexchange.com-related set of ...
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How should I include code samples in posts?

What are best practices for including sections of Mathematica code in posts? Mathematica differs from many programming languages because many of us use it in "REPL" (read-evaluate-print-line) mode, ...
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New SE-Tools - formerly known as SE-Uploader

I have completely revised our old SE-Uploader and finally finished putting all together in a package called the SE Tools. Therefore, we can now provide additional features because the SETools` can be ...
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Is there a (StackExchange-like) public repository for Mathematica code?

I noticed in another question that work is underway to develop a palette for automatically uploading Mathematica images to StackExchange (and a "thank you" to those of you working on this--it will be ...
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Code formatting automation for our posts

It would be nice to have tools to automate the code formatting for our posts, so that we don't spend too much time formatting our code by hand. What tools can we (as a community) currently offer?
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Should we migrate the "Toolbag" question?

Our dearest SO "ToolBag" question has been closed. Should we migrate it here for re-openning and caressing? Edit Yesterday I accepted rcollyer's answer, but after that this answer on SO meta made ...
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What is your mathematica.stackexchange toolbag?

Everyone of us is using this site in a certain way. Beside showing what I use, I really like to see tips, tricks or tools that I'm not aware of. Therefore, are there certain things in your everyday ...
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How to use Mathematica StackExchange?

I have no idea how to enter formatted code (with clear indentation as in my notebook), or to copy a plot or table from my notebook to the group postings. I can't find where there are any detailed ...
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Things to keep in mind for the public beta [closed]

During the private beta, we have discussed a number of topics involving the running of this site. The relevant discussions are as follows: Current ideas about tagging, Links as answers, Whether ...
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SE-Uploader: Safety issues when sharing code

Background Some might have noticed that I was working on completely revising the SE-Uploader. I will make a separate thread about this, but an important change is that we can now share Cells or ...
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How can I create a table in a question?

How can I create a table in a question ? I have tried HTML but it does not seem to work. $\begin{tabular}{ l c r } 1 & 2 & 3 \ 4 & 5 & 6 \ 7 & 8 & 9 \ \end{tabular}$ ...

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