I posted this answer, which was deleted. Why was it deleted?
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While I am not Journeyman Geek...
The answer as written is clearly not an attempt at answering the question stated in the question post at the top of the page.
Hence, your text was posted as an answer, but does not actually attempt to answer the question. The answer thus was almost certainly deleted because it does not meet our criteria for what constitutes an answer.
We expect answers to actually answer the question. If you want to leave a comment, use the comment links. If you don't have permission to leave a comment, then you don't have permission to leave a comment. If you want to ask your own question, then ask your own question.
I'm the mod that deleted it. Quite a lot of the time I try to give the answer the benefit of the doubt, but sometimes there's little in the answer that makes it worth salvaging.
Lets consider one very simple criteria. Does it attempt to solve the problem in the question?
For conversion to a comment is it clear which question this comment is for? And does it add to the body of knowledge we are building?
Nope on both counts.
As such, this "answer" wasn't worth keeping, nor could I find a way to salvage it.