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Post Time: April 23, 2019 at 2:30 pm.

Google Play Store – Review Info Lopop

I have an Oppo F11 Pro. I recently changed my Google password on my computer, then logged in to my phone and tried to access the Play Store, and Checking Info is displayed. After sitting on this screen for some time, you will be prompted to select an account or add a new account. I will choose my existing account and it will keep restarting until I get asked again. It is sometimes said that there was a problem communicating with the servers and trying again later. My internet works, so I'm not sure.

I can access this page in my Google Account in the settings where you want to sign up to continue.

Reprise Hosting Review, excellent value for money

I was looking for a dedicated server for a low price and my friend referred me to the special offers that Reprise Hosting has released on this website. The price was good and they had good reviews, so I gave them a try.

I am glad that I tried it. If someone is looking for a reliable provider, Reprise Hosting is a great choice. Their servers are "self-managed", so do not expect much technical help, but I had no downtime, the network is fast, the hardware is fast and the price is great.

But I've only been with them for two months. I will see if the uptime and the fast network persist.

I rate them at 9/10.

python – Trellis Generator – Code Review Stack Exchange

I was assigned to write a simple grid generator. The user is prompted to enter the height and width of the desired grid and receives a printed result of a grid with the dimensions entered. I'm looking for code compact improvements because I've been told to use as little code as possible to create the grid.

script.py

height = input ("JUST enter the height of the grid:")
width = input ("JUST enter the width of the grid:")

print (("-" * width) + "-")
for i within range (height):
print ("|" + ("/ \" * width) + "|")
print ("|" + ("\ /" * width) + "|")
print (("-" * width) + "-")

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I thought it was time to release a review for ioflood, as I have already tried many other vendors, to name a few.

I work in Perth, Australia. I have numerous speed tests and latency tests.
Ioflood came to the top.

Speed ​​tests carried out by me have shown consistent 1 Gb / s speeds.

I had no downtime, and the server setup was easy for me.

The price-performance ratio especially on the local special devices CPU, memory and hard disk is outstanding.

I highly recommend Ioflood. I just upgraded to a higher storage server and the service is first class as always.

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I did not see the company's presence on this site, but I thought I would share my good experiences with you.

I bought 500 Dofollow blog comments for unique domains within 24 hours. I think what came true and with an additional 50! It was pretty great and had an impact on my SERPS

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Customized Server Review | Webhosting Talk

Customized Server Review | Webhosting Talk

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  1. thumbs up Customized Server Review

    Good morning everyone, here I come to this forum to introduce my affection and respect for bespoke servers in Dallas (USA).
    I rented a server from this company, and since the server selection, payment, and delivery settings began, I've been very well served. Mr. Joseq was very attentive, I have a lot to thank him and his support team, very fast server, very stable network in the Dell network, very attentive staff, I recommend to anyone looking for a reliable company and having excellent customer service! Thank you, Joseq and the staff. Thank you for the excellent service.

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Dialog – How Do Reviewers Understand Stack Exchange's Inferior Review Understand That Choosing a Comment Does It?

Summary

How can you improve the low-quality Queck Queue Queue Selection UI user interface to alert auditors to the real impact of their choice?

Current situation

The current UI encountered by reviewers who have decided to delete a post in the low quality queue on Stack Exchange is as follows:

  1. You will see the post and you will be able to make the actual selection, ie. H. Whether you want to delete them, edit them, etc .:

    Main interface of low quality queue

  2. Reviewers who choose to delete will receive a selection of comments to leave on their behalf:

    Selection of low quality comments in the queue

The problem

Many reviewers never or never decide for that No comment needed Option, even though there is already a comment that expresses the same thing in the post (which makes the new comment redundant) or none of the comments apply. Please assume that this problem is given for this question. If you want to debate about it, here is a question about Meta SE, where it would probably be well placed.

As far as I can tell, the reason is a mixture of:

  • A variation in banner blindness that causes reviewers not to (re) read the header of the commenting dialog.

  • Users are of the opinion that their choice in the dialogue with canned comments is more than just leaving a comment, eg. B. that they contribute to statistics or influence what happens to the contribution (eg. That's a comment Actually do a comment conversion).

  • The users think that No comment needed is not the right thing and can be held against it. (This is not completely unjustified, since it is actually true if one of the ready-made comments is just right and no comment is available yet.)

  • The UI focuses on the reason for the deletion (for example, "This is a thank you comment."), Not the actually selected comment.

My question

How can the UI be improved to make it clear that the canned comments are just canned comments and that it is not a good idea to leave a comment?

What I thought so far

The following options do not convince me, although at least the first one would be better than nothing:

  • One could add further explanations to the explanation No comment needed Option, such as For example, a text that explains, "This is a good choice if an existing comment already addresses the issues of the post." However, I fear that this will be adversely affected by the same banner blindness and ignored.

  • You could add another level of dialogue: once you've decided to delete, users will be presented with a dialog where they can only choose between them no comment, can comment, and possibly custom comment (Explains these choices) and presents them with only a selection of comments if they wish Comment from the tin The downside is that it is another dialog level and it is not clear which selection of comments can be made in the first level.

  • Remove the bold headers that indicate the reason for deletion (for example, "This is a thank you comment").
    This should significantly increase the effort of finding the right comment, if appropriate.

Guru Shared Hosting Review | Webhosting Talk

I have written a review for a long time. I am currently on Guru's Standard Shared Hosting Package with the Email Add-On for Hosting 3 Websites (2 WordPress and 1 Simple Machine Forum) That Will Quid 12 Quid Per Month (After VAT) is added).
After shutting down some websites at the end of their lives, I was downgraded from a VPS, meaning that there were only a few websites left. Also, I did not have to worry about maintaining the VPS operating system and software. I choose Guru because I've been switching them on and off for years (123Reseller.co.uk, I think, being the first) and the offer suited my needs.

My sites are nice and fast, it's cPanel, which means all the standard cPanel gubbins, apart from emails stored on another server. R1Soft is accessed in cPanel, although I did not need to use it yet. I noticed the biggest difference at the simple machine forum, some plugins were installed, and recently I could choose which PHP version to choose. I did not have a big headache when I ran the PHP versions until I found something broke it (7.1 for me, even though it was just warnings for aborted functions). It loads very fast and seems to work well with the service.

So far, the only downtime was the e-mail platform. I have logged a ticket and it has already been displayed on its status page. Within an hour it was back.

I have the email add-on for an old email account that's heavily spammed. At first, I debated whether it would be worth paying £ 6 for the email account, but the spam filter was pretty solid so far and had only two emails, which I think would be spam (even then they contained only a link).

Dialogue – How Can Reviewers Understand the Consequences of Choosing a Comment in Stack Exchange's Inferior Review?

Summary

How to improve the low-quality Queck Queue Queue Selection UI user interface to better inform reviewers of the real impact of their choice.

Current situation

The current UI encountered by reviewers who have decided to delete a post in the low quality queue on Stack Exchange is as follows:

  1. You will see the post and you will be able to make the actual selection, ie. H. Whether you want to delete them, edit them, etc .:

    Main interface of low quality queue

  2. Reviewers who choose to delete will receive a selection of comments to leave on their behalf:

    Selection of low quality comments in the queue

The problem

Many reviewers never or never decide for that No comment needed Option, even though there is already a comment that expresses the same thing in the post (which makes the new comment redundant) or none of the comments apply. Please assume that this problem is given for this question. If you want to debate about it, here is a question about Meta SE, where it would probably be well placed.

As far as I can tell, the reason is a mixture of:

  • A variation in banner blindness that causes reviewers not to (re) read the header of the commenting dialog.

  • Users are of the opinion that their choice in the dialogue with canned comments is more than just leaving a comment, eg. B. that they contribute to statistics or influence what happens to the contribution (eg. That's a comment Actually do a comment conversion).

  • The users think that No comment needed is not the right thing and can be held against it. (This is not completely unjustified, since it is actually true if one of the ready-made comments is just right and no comment is available yet.)

  • The UI focuses on the reason for the deletion (for example, "This is a thank you comment."), Not the actually selected comment.

My question

How can the UI be improved to make it clear that the canned comments are just canned comments and that it is not a good idea to leave a comment?

What I thought so far

The following options do not convince me, although at least the first one would be better than nothing:

  • One could add further explanations to the explanation No comment needed Option, such as For example, a text that explains, "This is a good choice if an existing comment already addresses the issues of the post." However, I fear that this will be adversely affected by the same banner blindness and ignored.

  • You could add another level of dialogue: once you've decided to delete, users will be presented with a dialog where they can only choose between them no comment, can comment, and possibly custom comment (Explains these choices) and presents them with only a selection of comments if they wish Comment from the tin The downside is that it is another dialog level and it is not clear which selection of comments can be made in the first level.

  • Remove the bold headers that indicate the reason for deletion (for example, "This is a thank you comment").
    This should significantly increase the effort of finding the right comment, if appropriate.

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