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  3. i tried using the tf2 button to donate but it says none of your items can be used as donations when i have 15 keys lmao
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  5. We just have to be paitient. it might take months or even a year. who knows
  6. Small thing. Currently both the "You have won an auction" and "Your auction has ended" notifications send you to: https://scrap.tf/auctions/mine instead of to the respective auction. However, the "You've been outbid" notifications do send you to the specific auction. I'd like to see the other notifications be "fixed" and send you to the specific auction(s), but in the case of "2 of your auctions have ended" notifications, they could still send you to: https://scrap.tf/auctions/mine ( similar to Multiple Raffle Wins sending you to https://scrap.tf/raffles ) *I'm talking about the notifications in the "list": https://i.imgur.com/j2kXk9V.png , in the Notices page, they Do mention the specific auction(s).
  7. ¿Why is this often happening? Every time I go in I always see "Trading is down".
  8. This emote was made to resemble a user that was permanently banned, it should probably be removed.
  9. So we need somebody in tf 2 mvm expert i will send you ip
  10. why cant i trade? I press ''sell hats'' and it can load my inventories!!! But when i trade a new hats it shows the following statement: Unfortunately, we could not load the inventories for this trade.
  11. Pet me please 💛

    1. Cleffy

      Cleffy

      *pets*

  12. Scrap.tf is repeatedly saying that my profile is private when it is public. You might say give it some time, but I've waited for about a full day and the problem persists, please offer some help. EDIT: 19 hours later problem persists. EDIT 2: Backpack.tf works. EDIT 3: Nice it just started working.
  13. I hear that. happens at 12PM here. thought it was my service provider but it seems to be the sight. really annoying when you got the last few items to sell and you can't do anything
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  15. With the sheet this seems neat to try something that is different for both light and dark mode would be cool!
  16. I’d like to see this it would be funny!
  17. Can you please, PLEASE fix the constant outages??? Additionally, they all seem to be happening around 5:00 pm EST.
  18. :hidefox: (the sheet is also tansparent and will appear black for people using darkmode)
  19. Not saying you should delete ancient emotes, but at least add the new ones.
  20. Mistakes in academic publishing happen for all sorts of reasons. They range from simple typographic errors to willful manipulation of findings or results. The way in which these errors are handled depends largely on their severity or magnitude and whether they were intentional. Tips for authors as they respond to a mistake in a published paper will be based upon the classification of the error. What Constitutes an Error? Unintentional errors include those associated with data collection or classification, statistical analysis, information that cannot be verified by a peer reviewer, typographical errors and misspellings, or labeling a figure as “on the right” or “on the left” when the opposite is true. Essentially, unintentional errors comprise mistakes that were not willful on the part of the author or publisher and do not compromise the outcomes of the research. Intentional errors constitute academic misconduct and include concurrent submission of a single paper to multiple journals, conflicts of interest, fabrication or manipulation of data, noncompliance with research protocols, plagiarism, and dividing a manuscript into several small papers (“salami slicing”). Academic misconduct “affects the publication record or the scientific integrity of the paper, or the reputation of the authors or the journal.” Error Types For peer-reviewed content, error types can be categorized as: Erratum–If a significant error is made by the journal that may affect the work or reputation of authors, the notification released is called erratum. Corrigendum – If a significant error is made by the author(s), then all the authors must approve and sign the corrigenda (corrections document) or the journal must be informed of their dissenting opinions. Retraction – If the results are found invalid, all coauthor(s) must sign a retraction that explains the error and how it affected the conclusions. This will be submitted for publication and is the most consequential error type. Addendum – If any additional information about a paper is published, then it can include an Editorial Expression of Concern. It is attached to those papers that editorial staff feel require additional explanation in order to be understood. Journals’ Response to Errors The response to a published error will depend upon the nature of the error and the individual or organization calling attention to the problem. Typically, those who advise a journal of potential problems with a published paper are readers/other researchers, authors, editors, publishers/journal owners, and members of the organization or institution from which the work was produced (universities and research labs). In essence, there are two parties who must respond to an error in a published paper: the author(s) and journal editors. Let’s start with journal editors. The assessments can be made on a case-by-case basis. For example, following can be considered by editors faced with a mistake in a published paper: What is the nature of the correction request? Who is making the request? Who will write the correction? What wording should be used for the correction? When should the correction be published? When should the retracted article be removed from the online site? When is it acceptable to alter the HTML version of a published article? Is there a statute of limitations for publication of errata and/or retractions? Can the original (or different) authors republish findings of a paper that has been retracted for fraud or a simple error? There are separate guidelines for Errata, Retractions, and Expressions of Concern. Both journals and open access publishing entities will have specific guidelines for making these corrections. For example, Nature bases its decision-making on four guidelines: Consideration of reader interest Novelty of arguments Integrity of the publication record Fairness to the parties involved The process of responding to an error in a published paper is complicated and burdensome to all involved. However, journal editors are responsible for maintaining the integrity of their publication and upholding strict standards for good science. Do the Right Thing Authors have two choices when faced with the revelation of an error in their published papers: attempt to avoid the consequences or make public corrections. Retraction policies and methods of correcting errors or creating an addendum to a research paper will vary by journals. When the author’s reputation and the reputation of the journal are at stake, it is best to deal with the error directly and quickly. I hope this helps.
  21. Should probably make a ticket about it here instead of asking about it here.
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