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What does the green rectangle (named First Question) on the lower right indicate?!

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it shows that that is the first question the user is asking in that group :)
i.e. that the user is new to the group?
not necessarily, i may be in a group answering people and helping and never really ask a question. then say after 3 months, i ask my first question, that green box will be there on that question. it simply indicates the first question a user is asking in a given group

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SmoothMath - Is that not clearing out ever?
nevah eva.
Then that's a bug. Heh. I'll file it.
@SmoothMath, you should have finally asked your first question ;). Congrats!

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