In the FAQ it says:
Depending on who deleted your post, you may or may not be able to undelete it. If it was deleted by [...] from review (without three trusted users voting to delete): you can undelete it, but doing so will alert moderators
However, a moderator has just informed me that it does not work like this. If any of the reviewers was a trusted user and they used their delete instead of the recommend deletion then the author of the answer can't undelete the answer by themselves. To undelete it would require two more trusted users's votes.
To make it clear there are 3 possible scenarios:
- Review ends with 3 delete votes by trusted users.
- Review ends with 4/6 recommend deletion votes and none of them was cast by a trusted user.
- Review ends with a mix of 1 or 2 delete votes and recommend deletion votes.
My understanding based on the excerpt above is that only in the first case the OP cannot undelete it themselves. In the remaining two situations the answer can be undeleted by the author, but such action would raise a moderator flag.
When can the author of the answer undelete a post deleted via review and has it always been like this?