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Without going into the specific numbers: 39% of your standard flags have been declined or disputed. 34% of your spam flags were declined. This is simply too high. It's normal to have a couple of declined flags, but not a third of your total. You were already contacted about your flagging behavior in September 2012. We encouraged you to take a look at ...


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The short answer is too many of your flags have been declined, hence your flags don't show up on our queue


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Your email address is never shown publicly. Only moderators and Stack Exchange staff can see what it is. It is also not shown by default and instead shows: email (click to show) However, this only applies to the email field. If you enter your email address in the About Me section it will be publicly visible.


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The "bug" with deletion votes is that once your vote successfully deleted a post, the post can't be shown anymore. Thus, it won't appear in your "deletion votes" list, even though you've cast the vote at some point. The result is that for all users ≥ 10k that aren't moderators, they will have cast 0 deletion votes once all posts where they cast their vote ...


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The question is currently closed as a duplicate. According to this MSE answer, the post must have a score of at least 5 (you have this), not be community wiki (check), and not be closed even as a duplicate. Note that answers to closed questions still appear in the Top Answers section as long as they're non-wiki and scored at least 5.


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Check if you have an unusual amount of declined flags. If your flag weight hits zero because of that, none of your flags are shown to moderators anymore. If you have at least 10 declined flags and more declined flags than helpful flags the odds are high that your flags are not shown to the mods anymore.


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Short answer: It's tracked by IP, so you can't just refresh and increase view counts. Long answer: Read the Meta Stack Overflow topic here: How does Stack Overflow calculate the number of views in a question? – it goes into much more detail.


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Five minutes later, the link is back. If it wasn't for the screen shots, I would not have believed this myself. Move along. There is nothing to see here.


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How can I set it to my network profile without having to type everything manually? Go to your SO profile (or any profile you want to propagate to SU) Click "Edit Profile and Settings" Scroll to the bottom and click "Save and Copy Changes to all Stack Exchange communities"


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