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6:12 AM
Maybe we should have new reopen request thread? The existing one is getting quite long:
in CRUDE, Dec 1 '17 at 6:11, by Martin Sleziak
I wonder whether new reopen request thread should be started in 2018. The current one has 200 answers (225 if you count the deleted ones).
Some time ago, I have also asked in Mods' Office whether new thread (if created) would be dissociated from the OP - so that they do not get that many pings: chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/20352?m=42464258#42464258
Of course, it is possible that there are some users that would like to be notified about each new reopen/undelete request.
 
6:25 AM
Or should we wait a bit and create a new thread when this one reaches 250 answer? (Currently there are 239. It is 213 if we count the deleted ones - but I suppose that many users who look into this thread are among the ones who see deleted answers.)
 
 
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11:49 AM
I thought much about questions-answers grid this week (side effect of the situation), maybe in the future I 'll rework some abstract theory of it..
@user21820 Yes, they are many rooms , but chatting is more time consuming than even the main participation, and unfortunately I've seen that in chat rooms there is no MathJax formatting..
 
@Widawensen Aha MathJax...
in This is the Realm of Simply Beautiful Art, Sep 4 '17 at 14:10, by user21820
@Mithrandir There's a ChatJax bookmarklet but I state no guarantees that it is clean (no malware) or that it works (I haven't tried it).
I personally just type in plain text.
 
@user21820 Maybe I'll try some day, thank you for all explanations..
 
He came just as I thought about him. =)
 
Re: I state no guarantees that it is clean (no malware) or that it works.
I can from my own experience confirm that robjohn's bookmarklet math.ucla.edu/~robjohn/math/mathjax.html works in google chrome.
And if somebody is worried that it might be doing something nefarious, it is possible to examine the source code.
 
@MartinSleziak Martin, you many times gave me good advices, thank you very much..
 
12:02 PM
But I agree with user21820 that discussion about using MathJax in chat is slightly off topic in this room. So I don't object if somebody decides to moe the most recent messages elsewhere. But the question about MathJax in chat arose quite naturally from the discussion before that, so I assume that it is not rally a big deal.
I will also add that robjohn's bookmarklet (and some related stuff) is mentioned in this discussion on meta: Should chat have TeX support?
 
@MartinSleziak Chat as a chat is more informal, maybe it will remain..
@user21820 Thank you for the invitation, it's interesting room..
 
12:19 PM
@user21820 @MartinSleziak Time for me, see you next time...
 
12:51 PM
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@user21820 I think that part is called "mucking out". ;-)
 
@ProfessorVector I'd personally call that room something nicer than "trash", but oh well. Let's leave it at that. =)
@ProfessorVector: And hello here! Have you been here before?
 
@user21820 I was here, though not always following the conversation (I'm at work)
 
Ah okay.
 
@user21820 I was referring more to the content you moved. ;-)
 
12:59 PM
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@ProfessorVector: Sorry for moving your messages, but I really do not want to call attention to those messages more than necessary.
You see, I hope everyone will just quiet down and go back to mathematics.
As for your phrase, I understood what you meant, but tried to divert and talk about the destination room name instead. Didn't work. =P
 
That would be better, indeed. Most of those messages I shouldn't have written, but... you may have noticed that patience isn't exactly one of my virtues.
 
Thanks for your understanding. =)
@ProfessorVector: Anyway, how are things going, outside this site? =)
 
at work? not really very well, there's an enigmatic error, and the only one really understanding that stuff is on sick leave
 
@ProfessorVector Oh that's a... problem...
Oh if you're at work now I guess I should not disturb you.
 

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