I don't know how one of my answers got designated community wiki? I must of hit something by accident but I don't understand how to take it off.

The question I answered was, "Is satisfaction absolute?"

Please let me know if I put this on community wiki, because if so it was an accident on my part; please tell me how to remove it. If someone else put it on community wiki, then who was it and why? Thank you.

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This was you, as you can see here: https://philosophy.stackexchange.com/posts/45727/timeline

I don't think it's possible to remove it yourself, as sometimes answers are made wiki for reasons of moderation, I guess (have never seen that happen on this site though). So, the right way is what you did; ask on meta or flag the post.

I have removed the wiki from your answer now.

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  • The mentioned link is for moderator only. Perhaps you could replace it with philosophy.stackexchange.com/posts/45727/timeline for the public one? The public revision history also shown when the OP converted it to a CW too. – Andrew T. Sep 1 '17 at 6:14
  • @AndrewT. Thanks, I didn't know there were separate timelines. – user2953 Sep 1 '17 at 6:35
  • Thank you for looking into this for me. I suspected it was my own clumsiness. – Gordon Sep 1 '17 at 11:42

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