We have an application that lets users modify information in a table that has a fixed number of rows. (That is, the display table has a fixed number of rows.)
They can append / insert new rows, modify existing rows, and delete rows. Once they are completed with the edits, they can commit the changes. We indicate that information is uncommitted by coloring the text in blue.
Example: Here is the initial state of a table that has 7 fixed rows:
After some editing:
After deleting the second row:
What are some ways (in the third figure) to indicate that one of the uncommitted changes made to the table is that a row has been deleted?