Edit: Would appear my dup has been removed and thus fixing the problem with the warning.
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I'm getting this warning whenever I want to ask a question, and after almost 2 years on StackOverflow I've never had that warning. It is quite scary. It makes me feel like I do not ask good questions.
However, I don't think that I should be getting that warning. Here are my reasons why.
I've asked two questions ever since my arrival on this stackexchange, and they've both been marked as duplicates to the same question.
- My first question Where can I stay once I get a private visa invitation from my Russian friend was marked as a duplicate to this question: Do you need to submit an itinerary to get a Russian visa? And do you have to stick to it? While I admit it does answer my question, in my defense I would have never found that question with it's current title.
- My second question, I asked a specific question regarding
visatorussiaHow does a tourist visa from VisaToRussia with Airbnb work? and it still got marked as a dup to the same post as my first question Do you need to submit an itinerary to get a Russian visa? And do you have to stick to it? . Why? Why would I have asked a dup after thoroughly reading that post that does not answer my question?
Any clarity on this would be greatful.