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I posted a question about how to rotate a tile in BufferedImage. I did it in the morning and you removed it. Why have you removed it again?

You have removed the post twice without informing/telling me the problem with the posts

What is wrong?

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migrated from May 7 '10 at 19:25

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Do you mean this one: ? – Daniel Pryden May 7 '10 at 19:24
3 – WhirlWind May 7 '10 at 19:25
I had the urge to edit in "Tell me before I become angry -- You wouldn't like me when I'm angry" – Earlz May 7 '10 at 19:28
I think you have formidable "tech rage"... – Jon May 7 '10 at 19:29
@Earlz But you know better than that by now, aye? Also, hex you Seigel! By the time I clicked "retag" it already had your fix! – Grace Note May 7 '10 at 19:29
@ccor yea now that I've been officially warned I can't do stuff :( sad face – Earlz May 7 '10 at 19:31

The only deleted post against your account is the one that starts:

I posted a question this morning but can't find it anymore in this forum so i deceded to post it again.

If you click on your name at the top of the page, your original question should be listed.

(also sending this reply via e-mail, in case it is missed)

Edit: a comment from Eddy on the migrated post suggests that the deleted question is in fact not quite the same. However, there is no other deleted question. I have undeleted the rotation question, and removed the "so I decided to post it again" comment. I'll see if I can find where that went to, but I can see no evidence of it, even with my ♦ hat on.

Further; I've traced 3 unregistered accounts that look like yours - 2 in active use. None of those has a question that looks remotely like the seemingly lost one. I can only suppose that it simply didn't get posted. I would also strongly recommend creating a registered account (against an OpenID) - that way it will be easier to track your old questions. If you register one of you accounts I can merge the accounts together, giving you all your old questions and answers in one place.

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You're so patient with people... Just wanted to say: keep up the good work :) – Thorarin May 7 '10 at 19:30
Yes, yes. This is quite the diplomatic reply. – bobobobo May 7 '10 at 19:32

You reposted your question, which is not allowed. It was deleted by a moderator. Your original question is still here.

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