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Deleted questions aren't listed on your questions page - before shutting down your browser, you can still "undelete it". After shutting down though, the page is lost - is there a way to access them?

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Earn enough reputation, they seem to be visible to moderators. – malach Aug 13 '09 at 11:44
@Ralph, you need 10k to view deleted questions, which means it's out of reach of most casual users, at least, in the near future. – devinb Aug 13 '09 at 12:17
So true, but the only way at the moment. – malach Aug 13 '09 at 12:44
It's also important to bookmark the page you'll (eventually) want to undelete, as it's very difficult to find a deleted question you're looking for. – Kyle Cronin Aug 13 '09 at 14:35
@Kyle: Marc Gravell says that moderators can see deleted questions in the user's profile. I don't have any deleted questions for you to test on, but you could check Jon Skeet's Meta profile and see if he has one. – mmyers Aug 13 '09 at 14:42
@mmyers: That's true - I was speaking more towards people that get 10k rep being able to see their deleted questions again. – Kyle Cronin Aug 13 '09 at 18:01
Duplicate -… – ChrisF Dec 3 '09 at 22:33

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