What is that?
I searched for something in the history of my browser (chrome) yesterday and came across the next page, where there was an incomprehensible message (Erased line) that I hadn’t seen separately before. The page is in history for yesterday. What is this page, and how did this message get to me? PM me if needed.
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If you're still talking about that page, you probably mean this:
"Y U NO POST ANSWER LIKE ALL OTHER NORMAL PEOPLE DO *USERNAME*?! Y???!??!"
That's rafi's way of telling people what they did wrong (error code: alien)
If you mean any other messages, the only one you can get here are PMs (check inbox) or chat messages (check messaging center)
I got that, yes.
You mean, fia, “a way to tell people that they did something wrong”? Something, but without specifying what? An interesting way. If I understand you correctly - this is something automatically triggered, the method built into the page code.
It is interesting in what cases exactly does this "script" work? So as not to not do something wrong. I'm trying to find something in my memory: where I clicked wrong, or something like that
The point is also that if I had not accidentally stumbled upon this page in history, would I have received this message in an explicit way (visiting the site), or not? That is, either this is a purely "technical message" or is it a message that I would see in any case received (PM or Mess. Center)? I just don't have it anywhere in the received messages.
You ever wonder how it's possible to come from nothing? The start of everything? From nothing? Well there is no nothing. There is always something. Nothing is a concept and doesn't exist. If nothing would exist it wouldn't be nothing. Everything we perceive as "nothing" is in fact something.