What are the most common questions (FAQ) in forum

Would you like me to formulate that text a little more correctly? :wink:

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hello everyone

@HelperBot help

problem ?
is it too easy to trigger? will it respond to us if we give an answer to user? anywhere ?

can enable (next) only for tl1 ???

What’s happening?! Is @HelperBot malfunctioning? Are the BORG on their way?! :exploding_head:

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Yes if you use a keyword not all words are triggered, this is hit and miss and needs to be tested as it can be a bit annoying.

For TL1 only maybe, need to look, however quoting words will disable match, nothing is perfect.

I recommend handing out the Phasers, and set to “Stun”. Naughty robot! :wink: :laughing:

Elon Musk’s Neuralink® technology. :stuck_out_tongue:

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hi everyone

Fill him up with Nanoprobes, his internals need sorting out. I guess laxatives wouldn’t work on a robot? :rofl:

hi, everyone

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thanks HelperBot, in a week all TL3 can retire.



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That is one way, bit it is really 2000ish … today there have to be an introduction video of max 5min to show the most important information. Most newbies are spoiled by such videos and well it is going to be a habit. Newbies are just lazy readers and i was one of them :wink:


where are iso manjaro ?

where is the FAQ ?

What are the most common questions (FAQ) in forum. This seems to be trending a lot at the moment :grin: :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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Where can I get Google Drive Linux app!

Google isn’t going to release it yet /s :smirk:

Probably not official version.

There are packages in the repo (and in the AUR) for dealing with Google Drive. Most people know this, though.

the guys at stackoverflow have a nice feature that automatically suggests existing questions/thread based on the content when a user writes a new thread. it actually pointed me to a solution that i had not found before at least once. maybe this would be a solution for the “newbies don’t search” problem?

no idea though whether this is possible with disourse…