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I've asked a question and after some edits I fatally and inadvertently changed it to community wiki.
Is it possible, using rollback, to return to the point where community wiki flag is not set?

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possible duplicate of What are "Community Wiki" posts? – Jon Seigel May 23 '10 at 20:42
I'm not in favor of deleting valid meta questions as dups of the faq. a faq is a laundry-list, and a specific question like this is much more likely to be found. – Rosinante May 23 '10 at 21:13
@Ros: Agreed that it should not be deleted, but it should still be closed. – Jon Seigel May 24 '10 at 1:00
Voting to close as "too localized" instead of "exact dupe" because the system no longer allows users to set their own questions to CW status. – Pops Jun 24 '11 at 14:09
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No, it's not possible.

Once a post (either question or answer) is marked as community-wiki, that cannot be rolled back. Please see the appropriate FAQ question.

If you're able to delete your question, you could do that and re-ask as non-CW.

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I've just been informed that a mod can hit "remove wiki" in the mod menu on the question, however. Just for those who see this answer and, like me, don't follow the link to the full version :P – Matthew Read Sep 1 '11 at 3:32
how do i get to that link "remove wiki"? – adardesign Sep 6 '11 at 19:54

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