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I would like to request undeletion of Proof that $d^2 \phi = 2\pi \delta^{(2)}(r)dx\wedge dy$ in polar coordinates around a puncture?. I saw this thread recently in meta suggesting it is frowned upon to delete a recently answered question. In my case, I was in the middle of a lengthy edit in response to a request for clarification, and feel to have the rug pulled out from under me. Thanks.

I still have the tab open in my browser, although my response is hidden under an overlay. Is there any way to recover my work in progress?

I would like to request undeletion of Proof that $d^2 \phi = 2\pi \delta^{(2)}(r)dx\wedge dy$ in polar coordinates around a puncture?. I saw this thread recently in meta suggesting it is frowned upon to delete a recently answered question. In my case, I was in the middle of a lengthy edit in response to a request for clarification, and feel to have the rug pulled out from under me. Thanks.

I still have the tab open in my browser, although my response is hidden under an overlay. Is there any way to recover my work in progress?

Undeleted

I would like to request undeletion of Proof that $d^2 \phi = 2\pi \delta^{(2)}(r)dx\wedge dy$ in polar coordinates around a puncture?. I saw this thread recently in meta suggesting it is frowned upon to delete a recently answered question. In my case, I was in the middle of a lengthy edit in response to a request for clarification, and feel to have the rug pulled out from under me. Thanks.

I still have the tab open in my browser, although my response is hidden under an overlay. Is there any way to recover my work in progress?

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I would like to request undeletion of Proof that $d^2 \phi = 2\pi \delta^{(2)}(r)dx\wedge dy$ in polar coordinates around a puncture?. I saw this thread recently in meta suggesting it is frowned upon to delete a recently answered question. In my case, I was in the middle of a lengthy edit in response to a request for clarification, and feel to have the rug pulled out from under me. Thanks.

I still have the tab open in my browser, although my response is hidden under an overlay. Is there any way to recover my work in progress?