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How can I find the E-E user named "arkiv2?"  Search does not seem able to locate a user by name.
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Question by:Ray Paseur
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John Hurst earned 250 total points (awarded by participants)
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They have gone away OR they have not fully registered. No such user when I look.
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Google keeps a good history for all posts, and even there, there's not even 1 hit. I'm almost inclined to say the used never existed, or did in the past (and not anymore) but never posted either a question or answer.
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by:Ray Paseur
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Thanks, colleagues.  The "newish" close question algorithm is a pain in the ass.  Maybe someone in the home office can help with this.
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by:John Hurst
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Yes it is . Some members cannot figure out how use it. Perhaps they can help.
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by:Ray Paseur
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Number me among those who feel like SLO "fixed" another thing that was not broken here.  Why does the company keep doing this stuff?
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by:Kyle Santos
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by:John Hurst
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I know how to close a question but it is not intuitive and members get stuck.
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by:Kyle Santos
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by:John Hurst
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I did just now. But that was on behalf of others. I do not ask questions.
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by:Ray Paseur
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I've only asked a very few questions in the last several months, and it seems like the closing process should be easy, obvious, intuitive, and rewarding.  Instead it was confounding, confusing and awkward.  In the end I felt like I had been tricked into posting information that I did not mean.  I wanted to give equal credit to two colleagues who offered help.  But the design of the closing process frustrated that intention and left me feeling that there was no way to say thank-you equally to two helpful Experts.

Maybe E-E could consider getting a user-experience firm to audit these inflection points in the client experience of the web site.  It couldn't hurt, and it might help, if E-E followed the outside expert guidance!
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by:John Hurst
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Do you need any more information at this point?
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by:Ray Paseur
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Hi, John, and thanks for following up.  No, I  don't think there is anything more I need here.  In spite of my best efforts to close the question, my attempts keep getting rejected.  Feel free to close it and capture the points for yourself!
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