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The question has in fact been protected; this happened around about 07:00 UTC on 2019-01-31. There is a network-wide bug which means that the protection status is not shown if (and only if) you do not have enough reputation (on the specific site) to answer the question. (Credit to Monica Cellio for finding that bug report). As you do not have 10 reputation ...


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That is one of the privileges earned by gaining reputation. Most, if not all, of these features are described on the privileges page, along with indicators of your progress towards them (place your mouse over the percentage to see the reputation threshold to unlock it). An additional slightly non-obvious feature is advanced search options. Visit the search ...


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I agree with this. From earlier today: The only reason I could tell there was a link here was it looked like a question title. I read through the whole thing, then realised it looked kinda like a title of a question I'd read before, and did a double take: "wait, hold on, is that a link?". If it was just regular words I would flat out not have noticed the ...


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thanks for raising this issue! And sorry it took so long to update. I've updated the site's CSS to account for :visited links to appear visually different from both body text and non-:visited links. It should not resemble something like this: Updated based on this comment: Accessibility is always on our mind, so if anyone has trouble seeing or reading a :...


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It was an April Fools joke, and now it's gone. Some people liked it, some people didn't. A lot of people thought it was an actual feature.


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No, it's not a bug. "The Workplace" is the name of the site, so "the 'The Workplace' election" is (arguably) technically correct (even if it sounds a little awkward).


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I really don't think this is a major issue. While I do agree that the checkmark and downvote look somewhat similar similar, I think the only way you could confuse them is if you scroll past without actually stopping to look at the answer. An accepted answer is always listed first among the answers, unless the page has been updated while you are viewing it. ...


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