You could change the name and image of your new account to match your previous one and use the little bell icon to subscribe to your previous questions and answers. This should give you basically the same experience as if having access to your old account.
Hello Jack, I unfortunately lost access to my account. I had saved a login-key, but it doesn't seem to work, maybe I regenerated the key some time ago and now it is not letting me log in. Can you please help? [This](https://topanswers.xyz/user?id=830&community=tex) is my old account.
You are very welcome as always :) I hope the changes we are making don't cause you any disruption.
Merry Christmas to everybody! And a big thank you to the maintainers for keeping things running and giving us this wonderful platform!
2 month old messages? wow, i left it in better state even than now XD
Gitkon had a talk about community building and growing: https://youtu.be/rGxTFQ6NuoU?t=6296
I'm not good enough at SQL to answer it, but that looks like a solid question to me. And since you're not trying to interpolate values or anything fancy like that, it *seems* like something that someone could answer.
Ugh. Sorry for the duplicated messages. 🙇🏻♀️ I can't seem to remove/edit one of the duplicated messages. Although it might just be on my screen, too.
Any suggestions on how to improve this question so I can receive any response? 🙈
we just need to make sure that users are encouraged to save their auth key somewhere before logging out
Why can't I set my user name with a dot at the end?
Can't imagine. :-)
Threaded comments on SO, I wonder where they got the idea from :) https://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/416851/staging-ground-workflow-question-details-actions (scroll down until the "Commenting" section)
Anyone here uses Grammarly? It doesn't seem to be working on text fields in the "Edit question" form.