I propose that that line should instead read:
Issues with Google Play (or any other app marketplace) from the point of view of a developer or publisher
This way, we get to make it clear that issues with Amazon App Store etc. (from the POV of a developer) are also off-topic.
I'm one of the mods beeshyams discussed this in chat, and I've also checked some of the questions using this tag. My results where exactly the same, as was my conclusion:
replace the power by one of power-on, power-options, charging, battery-life
if one of those "replacement tags" is already present, and none of the others fits, simply remove the power
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From your screenshot, it looks like you've hit the font selection problem with the Roboto font. If you install Roboto under Linux, then when a site or program asks for Roboto, it gets "Roboto Medium" (which is quite heavyweight) instead of "Roboto Regular" (which looks normal). This is a problem with how the weights are set in the font files.
This site has ...
It seems like you are unable to reach http://stack.imgur.com/ where most images on the SX network are hosted. The images work for me. Maybe your network admistrator has blocked imgur.com for some reason.
Tags and their structure are very site specific. A user should have some knowledge on how a site does organize its tags in order to create new one. That's one reason why you need 300 rep here and why it doesn't matter what position or how much rep you have on other sites.
Yes, this does appear to have been a case where two tags were synonymized but not merged, thereby leaving behind reset on the questions that had it at the time the synonym was created.
I've retagged all such questions, so it should no longer appear in the list as anything other than a synonym of factory-reset.
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IMHO it's useless. As you (@Izzy) said, the file-system is the appropriate one for this situation, preferably with a clarifying clause in the question body (or, even better, in the title).
That's not to mention this tag (read-only) is nowadays a total misnomer except when it comes to the ARM TrustZone TPM chip firmware, which is (hopefully) burnt-in. Nearly ...
I agree that power is a bit uninformative. I'm not yet convinced that making it a synonym for power-on is the right thing in the long term. While a lot of existing uses of power are about startup, there are a lot more about the power button. If those questions start being tagged with power-on, then that tag will become as useless as power is now. Maybe we ...
Edit: Fixed! See the new answer on the below Meta post.
It's because he has 1 rep temporarily: Bug in 'Late Answers' Review Tab
I think this is an unintended sideffect? Or at least a confusing way to have this work.
I've re-opened it. I don't think one person verifying that they can see the buttons is enough to say that no one else will be unable to see them, like you. I can't think of any reason why this would be happening to you and only you, so I think it passes the "potentially useful to others" metric.
The nature of the question obviously changed due to the ...