"All the resources in your group should share the same lifecycle. You deploy, update, and delete them together. If one resource, such as a database server, needs to exist on a different deployment cycle it should be in another resource group"
We have this line on the submission page: Important Note: Have you used someone else's material in your own work? Have you properly referenced it and given credit to the original author? If you do not properly cite your sources, your account and articles may be forfeit permanently.
As such your article and account have been reported for plagiarism and will be removed.
I can't see anything about deletion; all it says is "This is an auto-saved draft copy of the new unpublished article created by the submission wizard.", which means that it's a draft and you should be able to edit it and submit it for review.
The quick brown ProgramFOX jumps right over the Lazy<Dog>.
Sorry, but that does not help. Most times when an article gets deleted it will be for a good reason:
- the article is very poor quality
- it is incomplete or not clear
- it is marked as spam, because it contains many links to unknown sites
- it is plagiarised
I cannot find any comments to guess what might be the reason in this case.
I am currently editing my long article chapter 11 Programming Windows Via UWP.
It has 17 images and a number of code downloads.
I've just spent 40 minutes hand formatting variable names (highlight, click V button).
I have used the undo button in the past with great success -- even on this article a number of times.
However, I just clicked it once and it removed all my formatting changes, except for 2 or three.
Awwww...man! I know should'a saved this, should'a offline edited it, should'a...
Anyone else ever report that the undo behaves like this?
Just an FYI and blowing off the steam cuz now I gotta go back and spend another 40 minutes to get back to where I was.
EDIT - This may have to do with periodic outages from CP so nothing we can do about that,I'm sure.
I'm seeing long delays when I attempt to post. Not complaining, just letting you know.
I think the real answer is that I should've saved a draft earlier on. My fault really.
The submission wizard saves a draft every minute, so you should be able to go back to auto-saved versions by viewing the revision history of the article.
We use CKEditor and have essentially stopped attempting to work around the changes and strangenesses of it and of browsers. At one point we tried, but browsers were changing so often it was a pointless task.
All I can do is apologise on behalf of the CKEditor and/or browser manufacturer
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