Update: Thanks for the feedback, everyone. We addressed this as part of bug duty this week. The change isn't retroactive, but the next time the screenshot of the week is updated, it'll link to its full version.
Based on our current roadmap, this isn't work that we will take on, as it doesn't coincide with functional areas that we plan to improve in the near ...
Seeing as this has been brought up for the 3rd time now, I'm promoting my comment into a full answer, hopefully making it clear just how trivial a fix this is:
Here's the current code for the entire Screenshot widget (grabbed from the page):
<div class="s-sidebarwidget mb16 photo-of-the-week">
In any other context, a question that asked "how do I make items placable on other blocks", "how do I create charged creepers", "how go I give players custom potions", and so many other things would be closed as "Needs more focus".
The fact that all of these things had the same "this is impossible" answer ...
I've gone ahead and cast the deciding undelete vote, since this was just Community cleaning up a question with no activity for a year.
In the future, a custom moderator flag would also bring this kind of situation to our attention.
To help whoever implements this out, I am going to sort the existing duplicates between the new questions:
This is a community wiki answer, so feel free to edit it if there are mistakes or you want to add new questions.
Change duplicate target to a new question— status-completed
These questions should have their duplicate target modified to a new question ...
Done! - I've removed the Community Wiki status from the two listed answers for you.
For future scenarios, here's some help center guidance for when posts should be considered for Community Wiki status:
When should I make my answers Community Wiki?
When you want to enhance the "wiki" aspect of your post, so that it can be a continually evolving ...
Stack Exchange doesn't allow users to delete answers that have been accepted by the question asker (a.k.a. original poster/OP). This is because - in the normal case - this is usually a bad thing to do. If the OP thinks the answer is useful to them, chances are it will be useful to other people, so it shouldn't be deleted.
There are sometimes exceptions to ...
I agree that questions about implementing randomness using Redstone circuits would be different to (and require different answers/outcomes to) questions about implementing randomness in Minecraft commands, so I have reopened the question.
I have also edited a note into the questions, explaining why each is different to the other one:
How can I randomise the ...
It's been a while since we've proposed this, and I don't see any direct opposition to this, so I believe we can start now. We will be working through three phases of this upgrade:
Phase 1: New Question Creation—status-completed
As suggesters of this proposal, I, pppery, and cherryblossom will be posting separate questions for each workaround. We will be ...
Better late than never
I've actually expanded the main tag to professor-layton-the-last-specter thanks to the increased tag size limit from a few years ago. The end result:
professor-layton-the-spectres-call → professor-layton-the-last-specter
I'm marking this as status-completed, since the bulletin has undergone some network-wide changes a while back. It currently looks like this (it's from MathOverflow, but aside from the favicon it would look the same on Arqade):
status-completed - As of April 2012 - It is possible to undo comment upvotes (some limitations apply - the primary use case is to undo an accidental click). According to waffles, former employee at Stack Exchange:
You can un-upvote a comment within the first 60 seconds, provided you did not navigate away.
Once you un-upvote a comment you can not upvote it ...
I think we've indeed been overconsolidating the NBT thing. A large fraction of recent close/duplicate votes have been exactly pointing to this particular NBT question. It's turning into a black hole for all bedrock command questions.
Yes, many things that are quick and easy to do in java edition due to the existence of NBT are harder to do in bedrock because ...
Until this is fixed, another workaround which I'm using myself is to right click the image, and choosing "Open image in new tab": (or its equivalent in your browser, below is for Chrome)
This will open the full size image in a new browser tab.
Actions I would suggest other than retargeting duplicates
Delete all answers to the main question except for the accepted answer (no content is actually lost here, since the information will be contained in the new questions, and no significant reputation will be lost, since all but one of them are more than 2 months old and have a score of greater than two)...
There has never been a definitive set of rules for the closures as duplicates, so I'll post what I think the community has silently agreed on doing:
Latest duplicate closure instructions
This post details the most up-to-date rules for closure of Bedrock Edition NBT requests.
The post can be solved completely with one or more of the workarounds listed on the ...