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If the judge has not signed an order, then it would not be in effect. The temporary order could still be in effect unless by the explicit terms of the order it has lapsed (that is, if it says that "after X days" it will no longer be in effect, etc...) but if the specific terms of the order have not lapsed, then unless a new order is put into place, the temporary one would still be in effect.
If the temporary one has lapsed by the explicit terms, and the new one has not been signed by the judge, then neither one would be in effect, and there would not be any of the restrictions by the judge.
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I understand your situation. If it appears that the judge has made up his/her mind, then it might appear that you're being belligerent, although there would be nothing to hold you to. That is, there would be nothing to complain about you not keeping with. Ultimately it would depend upon what the judge has said and inferred as to what the state of your case is and what your obligations (if any) are.
Again, without an order there's nothing that is specifically telling you how to behave.
But the judge's actions, inferences, etc... could give you an idea whether or not a specific action on your part would provoke the judge's "ire".
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