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Everytime I want to answer a question I need to fill CAPTCHA. I already answered 4 questions here and I also have account on other StackExchange sites. Does the system still think I'm not a human?

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    This could be of some use. Not sure if you can find exact triggers for CAPTCHA, I assume devs keep some of them under wraps. Maybe you took too long to write your posts? FWIW I haven't seen a CAPTCHA in ages. – mindcorrosive Jun 11 '12 at 13:06
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    I have never seen a CAPTCHA (even before I was a diamond). – Ankur Banerjee Jun 11 '12 at 13:19
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    I've seen them very occasionally. Maybe it's some event trigger - the speed at which you post, or if you view several posts really fast or something. – Mark Mayo Jun 11 '12 at 16:15
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    I've seen them when I've submitted multiple edits in short succession. Like when I'm editing several tags to have the same standard wording. But again I haven't had one for months now I'd say. – hippietrail Jun 11 '12 at 19:55
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A CAPTCHA can be guaranteed if an A is prepared outside the sandbox (say Word or Notepad) and then copy/pasted in with "Post Your Question" clicked soon after.

Whether that is the cause for OP we can't be sure without further details (which I doubt will be forthcoming since OP seems not to have visited for eight+ months) so there seems little more to be said.

OP visited 17 days ago, so just seems not interested.

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