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Twig syntax highlighting is a myth*

TL;DR There is no such thing as Twig syntax highlighting on Stack Exchange. If you want to contribute to the development yourself, join the Google Code Prettify project. * Prove me wrong, and I will ...
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Should plugin-development also be discussed here?

Personally, I'd love to see plugin-development related questions over here. But I can also see the possibility, that to many of those questions could scare away non-technical visitors, if they start ...
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Is there a way to turn on Twig syntax colors on the Beta site?

I only ask be cause my SE app on my phone colorizes Twig syntax nicely, and I think that it would probably be a good idea to turn it on the main website if possible.
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Special treatment for “plugin-dev” tag?

Is it possible to style the "plugin-dev" tag differently to all the other tags, as an indicator to differentiate the question types. I consider plugin development to be an "advanced" topic, with ...
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Should bug reports be closed as off-topic?

It sounds like from Brandon's comment here that bug reports should be submitted directly to Craft Support. ...please contact us directly when you run into bugs such as PHP/MySQL errors. ...
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Twig Questions vs. Craft Questions

I notice that several questions being asked are more general twig questions than craft specific. Since twig is used as Craft's templating language I don't necessarily think these questions are ...
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Protocol for discussing a specific plugin

It's been generally established that Craft SE is a perfect place to talk about plugins and plugin development. It seems only reasonable that in the near future, people will be posting questions ...
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Do we need the 'craft' tag?

https://craftcms.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/craft As the SE is about Craft I don't really think the tag is needed, but would be good to hear all your opinions on this.
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When is it appropriate to close a question that appears like it will never be answered?

In a quest to answer all unanswered questions on Craft CMS Stack Exchange, I'm reading some fairly ambiguous questions. They definitely qualify as questions, so the issue is not that they are off-...
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Craft 3 - After launch

This is a pretty big question, so all input is valuable (even if it's just a passing comment)... Craft 3 will include some notable architectural changes. For starters, it's built on Yii 2 (whereas ...
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2018: a year in moderation

It's New Year's Day in Stack Exchange land... A distinguishing characteristic of these sites is how they are moderated: We designed the Stack Exchange network engine to be mostly self-regulating, in ...
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Are plugin design questions appropriate for this site?

I'd like to create a plugin to answer this question, partly because it'd be useful to someone else and a way for me to learn to play with a simple model via plugin. We all agree that plugin ...
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Should any automatic syntax highlighting be applied to Twig examples?

Since Twig syntax highlighting is a myth, should we have twig tagged posts adhere to some other auto-highlighting syntax? The best options would probably be either html (which could lead to weird ...
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If the “bug” is on the user's side, should it be closed as a “bug report”?

This is something I've been thinking about for awhile, and finally prompted to officialy ask it because of this question... It's fairly common for someone to post to SE saying, "Standard feature ABC ...
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2019: a year in moderation

It's New Year's Day in Stack Exchange land... A distinguishing characteristic of these sites is how they are moderated: We designed the Stack Exchange network engine to be mostly self-regulating, ...
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Bug in syntax highlighting

Shog9 enabled syntax highlighting some time ago. Wonderful. But seems like it highlights comments wrongly - as if they start with #: {% if 1==1 %} {# do something #} {% elseif %} {# something ...