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answered When is a website too humanized/personal?
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comment Example code for Scrypt and Cryptsharp
@MaartenBodewes What does "a random set of secure random bytes" mean? And "stored with the result" means: store the result of this method, along with the salt value you passed as an argument to it, in your database row for this user in the "key" and "salt" columns respectively?
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comment Single continuous mesh vs disconnected parts
That's what I'm talking about - two separate pieces in the same object. If you wanted a sphere that had a cube sticking out of it - it's hard to model that region where they connect; but just sticking a cube into a sphere is trivial. Even if I don't want to 'access' them separately, it's just less work, and usually less polys.
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asked Single continuous mesh vs disconnected parts
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awarded Notable Question
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comment Is product support for IDEs on topic on Stack Overflow?
There are a ton of questions here relating to Visual Studio, and I for one am glad that I don't need to rely on MS' own forums, or SuperUser or IDESupport.StackExchange.
Jun
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comment Answerers who only use comments
Given that most people have trouble wrapping their heads around the intended criteria for voting up or down, and basically treat it as a [Like]/[Do Not Like] button, I've taken to simply not posting answers anymore. I participate exclusively in comments now. Why? Because they can't be downvoted by a high-rep idiot, then mob downvoted by lemmings who always adopt the opinion of the most famous person in the room.
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comment What to do with a highly upvoted, yet bad answer when author is unconvinced?
If the user is not convinced, maybe you haven't been convincing enough. If you state that 2 + 2 = 4, and then prove it, that's one thing - it makes it a 'good' answer, and any other answer that can be proven false is a 'bad' answer. If you can't prove it, then it's not good or bad, it's subjective, and it's up to the voters to decide. Either prove your correctness/goodness/rightness, or cast your vote and move on.
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comment Am I defacing this persons answer?
@KJPrice Honorable, in some subjective sense, but inappropriate. This is a site where knowledge is embraced, not feared. What if Einstein had withheld his theories based on his fear that someone might use them in a way that was disagreeable to him? Not posting a solution because it's of poor quality is one thing; demanding a promise not to share knowledge with others is just bizarre.
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comment MVC3 Unobtrusive Validation Not Working after Ajax Call
We downvote for ugliness? Upvoted because I like pudding.
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comment Helper for a LabelFor which wraps an HTML tag
I realized that shortly after I commented; thanks for updating it though.
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accepted Helper for a LabelFor which wraps an HTML tag
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comment Helper for a LabelFor which wraps an HTML tag
Beautiful. I have to pass null for HtmlAttributes if I don't want them, but that's fine by me. Thanks so much.
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asked Helper for a LabelFor which wraps an HTML tag
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comment Can we theoretically balance a perfectly symmetrical pencil on its one-atom tip?
By 'balance', you mean 'guarantee for an arbitrary span of time that the distribution of the pencil's atoms does not change in a way that affects its center of gravity'? No.
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