I agree that this needed unmerged, so I poked this up to The Great and Powerful Shog for unmerging.
The questions have been unmerged because they are substantially different from each other. Edit the questions accordingly to make them noticeably different please :)
status-completed by CMs (Shog9)
This merge really does seem to have been done in error and the resulting situation seems very confusing for visitors. The questions are not only not exact duplicates, but also the target is far less general than the origin and different enough from it that even reversing the direction of closure would be unsatisfactory. I cannot see any alternative to un-...
When a commonly used canonical question does not serve its intended purpose it is appropriate to create a new dupe target, including by unmerging an existing merged question that would be a better dupe target than the existing canonical question. The benefit of unmerging in this case is that it preserves the upvotes that the existing merged question received ...
I know this isn't an answer to the question but we can
see our own recently deleted posts from our profile:
Open your profile:
Open the Activity tab
Open the answers or questions tab
Scroll down and click deleted recent answers
As I now got elected as a moderator since I suggested this, and the community feedback was overall positive, I just carried the proposed changes out myself.
decompress no longer exists, I renamed it to decompression.
decompression is now a synonym for compression. All searches for this tag will now redirect to the master tag, and you will also see the ...
Nit-pick: this isn't actually a boolean operator...
I've added a separate section at the end detailing who can search deleted posts, and how they may do so:
Deleted Posts (requires $Privilege-ModerationTools reputation)
When you earn the Access to Moderator Tools privilege, you may search your own deleted posts by using the deleted: operator.