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Why do I downvote questions?

In the last time questions of the just do it for me kind came up more and more on this site and I believe that they have only few or no benefit for this site. I decided to deals with it by downvoting questions that only post the desired result without showing any efforts by the OP.

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comment conditional loop printing text and icon
You can have a look at my package menukeys which provides want you want I guess.
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revised Upright text in math mode for chemical elements
edited title
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revised Upright text in math mode for chemical elements
extended answer
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comment Upright text in math mode for chemical elements
Pleas note that this has nothing to do with TeXstudio since this is only the editor calling LaTeX. The result depend not on the editor and would be the same on every machine …
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revised Upright text in math mode for chemical elements
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answered Upright text in math mode for chemical elements
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revised Did something that made right margin goofy
added inline format for code
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revised How to typeset times in regular text
added missing %
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answered How to typeset times in regular text
Jul
28
awarded  Enlightened
Jul
28
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
23
comment text inside tikz node which can skip to an other
Okay. I don’t delete my answer since it may help other coming to this question later …
Jul
23
comment text inside tikz node which can skip to an other
Sorry I don’t know how this could work in plain TikZ, but did’t you look at the manual of mdframed I guess it could help to see how Marco implement this feature ;-)
Jul
23
revised \newcommand to create a command with optional arguments
edited tags
Jul
23
answered text inside tikz node which can skip to an other
Jul
21
revised What does the draft mode change?
removed “no”
Jul
17
comment LaTeX, package documentation look-up
At GitHub you’ll find an alternativ version: github.com/spl/texdoc-alfred-workflow
Jul
7
comment How to keep up with packages and know which ones are obsolete?
How about adding scrlayer-scrpage as successor of / alternative to scrpage2? The latter one is nearly “final” but not yet obsolete. See p. 200 in scrguien.pdf (p. 220 in scrguide.pdf).
Jul
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awarded  Good Answer
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awarded  Inquisitive