My apologies.

I want this place to make it, to be the place for high quality elementary OS question and answers, and I'm trying to make it that way for our public launch. This could be a gem of the internet and I want to watch it grow.

The editing - I made a big mistake. I misunderstood the terminology used, and that changed the whole question.

Thank you - for calling me out on meta. Seriously. I made the mistake and I'm grateful I realised I'd made it.

I am sorry I made the mistake - and I've done the best I can to fix it. I did my best to explain this mistake in an answer which I hope explains my mistake.

And the request. Yep, I was asking for invisible code. This is from my background - I am mainly active on Ask Ubuntu, which has a very different community to here. On Ask Ubuntu you don't (often) find the people developing the next release - I guess that this is the big difference. Here, we're lucky enough to have not one but two devs (that I know of) active. Thanks to them (any any others I don't know about)!

So, yes. I was asking a dev for evidence that the team wasn't considering something. Sorry.

closed as off-topic by Gabriel, RolandiXor Jul 21 '15 at 23:04

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    Don't be hard on yourself. We're in beta and we're humans. Mistakes will happen or my name is not RolandiXor (it isn't). – RolandiXor Jul 7 '15 at 23:53
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    I know I was just frustrated when I looked back at it. Thanks though :) – user3 Jul 8 '15 at 9:35
  • just for your information there are around 10 or more devs on here (almost every active dev) :) – kay Jul 30 '15 at 12:31