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The /tools/flagged page included a link to Broken Java 3D Graphics with a flag on the rage-edited second version. A user reverted to the original; I voted "invalid flag" because the situation had been handled (see my feature request for a "dismiss as helpful"-equivalent for us mortals for a suggestion on how to improve the situation where the flag has been adequately handled).

However, this question still remains in my /tools/flagged page, even after several refreshes. When I try to click "invalid flag" on this post with the button, I get the bright-orange-dialog:

There are no remaining flags on this post.

If there are no remaining flags, please do not show the post in the flagged posts page.

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This has happened to me as well, on Ask Ubuntu (this post). That post ought to be improved, but it should not be removed by a moderator, so I tried to "invalid flag" its automatic "Low answer quality score [88], /questions/how-to-answer shown and skipped" flag. That usually works, but here it did not, and the "There are no remaining flags on this post" message was shown. – Eliah Kagan Sep 3 '12 at 10:58

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