I would like to keep the majority of the current reason in there but just add a disclaimer about the Software Recommendations site to add a caveat that I've seen David Postill use:
Questions seeking product, service, or learning material recommendations are off-topic because they become outdated quickly and attract opinion-based answers. Instead, describe ...
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Your question has been reopened and closed as a duplicate of TERM system environment variable not set - Windows 10 - Super User
It looks to me whoever closed this should not have the power to close ...
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It's (Potentially) About Websites
From the bit you quoted:
websites or web services like Facebook, Twitter, and WordPress,
from the question:
here are the links for the videos:
Normally yes, your reputation would go back to where it was before the downvotes. If you received any upvotes then their reputation gains would be removed. Likewise the reputation someone spent to downvote the answer will also be returned.
I say normally because there are a couple of caveats. From MSE: How does deleting work? What can cause a post to be ...
Well - Its more "How do I get around restrictions my employer has put in place" with regards to corporate IT support. That said, as opposed to "why?" - not being able to pair a keyboard is strange, as is locking it down to a specific model. And well, tech support sometimes does lie.
A better question would be to start that you want to ...
Disregarding the discussion on the merit of this specific suggested edit, this is how suggested edits actually work.
As per the help center for "edit questions and answers" privilege,
Reviewing suggested edits
In addition, users with this privilege level can also begin reviewing suggested edits (which previously you would have had to suggest). ...