Cannot delete non existent flag
I tried to remove a flag from a comment on Ask Fedora, and got this error:
I'm an admin, so I should be able to delete the flag.
A user got this mail:
Your post was rejected.
Your post (copied in the end), was rejected for the following reason:
, This post was flagged as offensive, but after review, it seems okay.
Here is your original post
This is the command to logout from KDE session:
$ qdbus org.kde.ksmserver /KSMServer logout 0 0 0 HTH,
I reviewed and saw that the post wasn't actually offensive. I "rejected the offensive flag" but it still shows up. Even worse, the post was rejected for this non existent offensive flag!? This is quite a bad bug. Can you please look at it?
The "reject" button rejects the *post*, not the flag. :-( There is no apparent way to explain why you have rejected a *flag* (by **accepting** the post).
This issue is related to the post moderation feature which is not fully polished yet.
I'm the author of the deleted post. Is there a way to have my post (or answer) back again?
If the reject button rejects the post, the reason "nothing offensive in this post" is kinda contradictory. Maybe the accept and reject buttons have gotten mixed up..