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Here is my entry for the Lowest-Priority-Bug-of-the-Week Competition:

Sometimes the "[closed]" marker disappears temporarily, after editing the closed question.

Steps to Reproduce:

  • Find a closed question, as indicated by the "[closed]" marker after the title.
  • Edit the closed question, and hit Save Edits.
  • Observe the title of the question no longer has the "[closed]" marker after the title. This is the bug. It should still be present.
  • Observe the question is still actually closed, because it has the option to vote for reopen.
  • Refresh the page.
  • Observe the title now has the "[closed]" marker appended to it.

Repro

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So this is a problem with the javascript editor not appending the [closed] marker onto the title. –  jcolebrand Oct 28 '11 at 2:00
    
@jcolebrand: Ah, in that case I should mention: I am using Chrome, and I have a number of popular StackExchange-related userscripts installed. –  Oddthinking Oct 28 '11 at 2:03
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I just disabled all my userscripts, and confirmed the problem still occurs. –  Oddthinking Oct 28 '11 at 2:05
    
just because you disabled your userscripts doesn't negate what I said. It could still be the javascript editor, which is supplied by SEI as part of the page, nothing to do with you. –  jcolebrand Oct 28 '11 at 3:12
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@jcolebrand, sorry for being unclear. I did understand that - I didn't intend for my statement to be perceived as a contradiction of yours. Your explanation introduced the risk (at least from the 10,000ft view of the architecture which is all that I have) that some userscript was interfering with the javascript editor, so I wanted to rule that out. –  Oddthinking Oct 28 '11 at 3:52
    
(bored me) added a pic –  Sathya Oct 28 '11 at 6:30
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I can replicate this, and I am not using UserScripts. The browser I am using is Safari 5.1.1 on Mac OS X 10.7.2. –  kiamlaluno Oct 28 '11 at 10:29
    
@Oddthinking ahhh, I was confused myself. Thanks for the clarification. I hadn't even thought of that, so +2 kudos from me, instead of the +1 you had before sir ;-) –  jcolebrand Oct 28 '11 at 16:47
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Fixed, the question state suffix now works as expected.

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