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I have raised the question "Unable to login with my Yahoo ID" regarding the error message displayed below.

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The question is not visible in my profile page any longer.

alt text What happened?

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What are you even pointing out? Apply freehand circles as required on points of focus. –  random Dec 1 '09 at 13:12
    
The question what i have raised previously isn't visible. The title is more or less as same as “unable to login with my yahoo id” which isn't visible in my list of 7 questions. –  Tech Jerk Dec 1 '09 at 13:18

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The question has been deleted. Therefore it will not show in your list if you have less then 10K reputation.

Unable to Log in with My Yahoo ID (Only visible to 10K+ users)

It was deleted by Jeff 7 hours ago. You will need to e-mail him directly to confirm why. I suspect it is due to you commenting that it was working again and the problem was not reproducible.

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Somehow you were able to understand what the question was even bringing up. –  random Dec 1 '09 at 13:24
    
Only because I look at the deleted and closed lists at least every 8 hours or so. I am like a bot. –  Diago Dec 1 '09 at 13:27

The question list in your screenshot is sorted by votes. Te new question would not be at the top of that list, try clicking on the recent tab.

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Totally there are 7 questions and all the 7 are visible –  Tech Jerk Dec 1 '09 at 13:19
    
Upvote! OMG! how is this possible? –  Tech Jerk Dec 1 '09 at 13:22
    
This was up-voted since it could be correct based on your screenshot. However further investigation showed that the question was deleted, however this is one way to see all your latest questions. –  Diago Dec 1 '09 at 13:26
    
Yea for the magic waffle ponies of meta upvoting! –  beggs Dec 1 '09 at 15:12

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