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Neither I nor anyone else can see the top comment, which is apparently placed against this question.

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up vote 6 down vote accepted

Bugs should be posted right here, so that's fine.

And I suspect that the comment in your inbox was deleted after it reached your inbox - in this case your inbox is not updated.

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yes it might be possible that commenter has deleted his own – ravi parekh Jun 15 '11 at 11:53
    
@Ravi this is correct, or it could have been removed by a ♦ or by users flagging it. But I suspect it was probably the user as the snippet we can see doesn't seem that it would warrant this type of attention. – DMA57361 Jun 15 '11 at 11:54

You cannot see the comment because it has been deleted, which would happen because:

  • the user who wrote the comment deleted it
  • the comment has been flagged by the enough users, and it has been automatically deleted
  • a moderator deleted the comment for moderation reasons
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