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Down voted question has a lot of comments saying the question is unclear, no comments however describe how

I will try to answer this question, as I was not involved in the closing of the question, nor in the (chat) discussion regarding the question, so hopefully no one will see me as biased.* * Note: I ...
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Can we set some guidelines for "Style Identification" questions?

In order to promote high quality style identification questions, we ask that you follow a specific format. If your question has been placed on hold, please edit it to meet the following criteria: ✔ ...
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Receiving down votes on this question even when a genuine and well explained question

First of all a general comment: people don't downvote just to downvote or to spite a user*. They certainly don't downvote a question because they don't know the answer. In all my years here I have ...
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Down voted question has a lot of comments saying the question is unclear, no comments however describe how

Moderators have discussed it and this is what we've found: Zach could've set a better tone initially had he not said, "you could easily look this up yourself" before providing you with a link. That ...
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Is questions on geogebra on-topic?

While Geogebra allows you to create graphics, it’s primarily a scientific and educational software and as such used by scientists, math teachers and students, but not by graphic designers. Creating ...
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Can I ask for book suggestions?

On the on-topic help page it says: Graphic Design SE is for questions targeted toward design professionals, students, and enthusiasts. This includes questions about: graphic arts ...
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ideas: how to solve the low quality posts problem

What if we added an extra step for asking questions? For example, when a new user posts their first question that automatically goes into review before the it becomes visible on the site, until this ...
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Can I ask for book suggestions?

I would say yes though I would be a bit more specific about your intended use of the book (i.e. are you looking for examples of a style or looking for tutorials regarding a specific style). It might ...
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ideas: how to solve the low quality posts problem

I understand your feelings on this. Boy do I understand them. I do, however, think it's not a good idea to make asking questions harder in a community that doesn't really grow all that much. ...
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Move my question to english.stackexchange.com

You are correct in that the question is more about the use of English language in general and less about typography. It would be a better fit on English.SE. However, we typically do not migrate ...
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Is questions on geogebra on-topic?

For general guidance on what is on topic here please see What topics can I ask about here? To be honest, I don't think any how-to questions regarding Geogebra are on topic on this site. It is first ...
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Are questions on collaboration processes appropriate?

In theory, yes. From a quick search you can see a number of (relatively) similar questions: How to find long-term clients? Where can I find web design projects? How can I find an illustrator who can ...
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