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It would appear that deleting your own post doesn't actually do anything from the mobile site.

I just had a little mixup- I prematurely posted a question (by hitting return on my phone when editing the title, possible another issue of its own) but I stopped the page load, so it didn't appear that I had actually posted anything.

When I had finished typing the question (but hadn't posted it), I then noticed the premature question that I had accidentally posted, which had been down voted and closed. From the mobile site, I hit the delete button under the question content, as I wanted to delete it. It prompted me for confirmation, and I click yes, and the page refreshed. The question remained, but I assumed I was just voting like the people who closed my question. (The confirmation prompt actually says Vote too) I then went on to create a new question, with a near identical title to the premature one, and the correct body content.

I was then informed that I had posted an extended duplicate, and was told to edit the previous post. So I did just that, and tried deleting the duplicate I had just posted (from full site). To my suprise, the post was almost immediately removed...

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For reference, the question is here. –  nickb Oct 21 '12 at 6:42
    
See also meta.stackexchange.com/questions/151889/… (about mod powers on mobile sites). –  Sklivvz Oct 21 '12 at 8:01
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Workaround: since the mobile site is suboptimal in other ways too, use the Full Site link at the bottom of the page. I've not looked back. –  AndrewC Oct 21 '12 at 8:43

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