I have asked [this question][1] a while ago and want to increase its score in-order to restore my accounts question rights. I have made several edits and cannot delete.

What should be my course of action?

marked as duplicate by Sonic the Anonymous WizHog, Pika the Wizard of the Whales, Ward, Mureinik, πάντα ῥεῖ Mar 31 at 6:48

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  • @SonictheWizardWerehog I have seen that... I believe the question should be closed... It is way too specific and subjective. It should be close, I however cannot do it. – Q The Great Mar 31 at 4:21
  • @QTheGreat: But you have said "in-order to restore my accounts question rights". Neither of the things you have proposed to do (close and delete) will make your question ban any better. Closed and deleted questions are still counted. – Ben Voigt Mar 31 at 5:09
  • Six negative scores. Not even one single comment. Interesting. Anyway, you should remove additional formatting. Another thing is, even people with a high score have negative questions and answers. See this. – DxTx Mar 31 at 6:16
  • The question that you linked to has three questions marked in its body. To make what you are asking very clear to any potential answerers and question voters I recommend only ever having a single question mark in your question body. – PolyGeo Mar 31 at 7:55
  • You still have work to do to remove the reference to the question (to avoid the Meta effect?). – Peter Mortensen Mar 31 at 21:47

I would encourage you not to use inline code formatting for non-code elements, and fix the spare asterisks. That might have encouraged some people to downvote.

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