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I asked a question back in December, and while going through my questions today I saw that it had no answers, so I decided to delete it, but I almost immediately changed my mind, so I reversed it.

An answer that was previously deleted is now showing up again. Is this how it's suppose to work?

Edit: I might be mistaken on what happened, I just tried it here and it just added a vote for deletion on my answer. Shouldn't my answer remain deleted?

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Now that's a Necromancer! – random Feb 20 '10 at 10:53
A fix for this will be pushed in tonight's build. – Jarrod Dixon Feb 7 '11 at 22:33

It was my answer that came back, I can no longer delete it. Here is the question.

I see a Delete(1) tag underneath and when I click that it shows a "You already voted to delete..." message.

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Maybe you already know, but if you really want it gone you can flag it – Andreas Bonini Feb 20 '10 at 19:36
@Koper, Yes, I'm not too concerned about this answer. But I would like this bug fixed. – Henk Holterman Feb 20 '10 at 20:44

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