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On a sufficently wide enough screen the "Why are you rejecting this edit?" popup can be triggered to open multiple times when the "Reject" button isn't fully covered by it.

I just noticed this when (*ducks*) double-clicking the "Reject" button then rejecting a suggested edit in the second pop-up. My vote was accepted and the second pop-up closed to reveal its predecessor (the first one).

Although not a major issue, I'd suggest temporarily disabling the buttons after the pop-up is displayed or showing the pop-up over a faded out layer (e.g. a 50% opacity <div>, making a second involuntary click unpossible).

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Argh. I should have predicted this. May I hint on that I actually latently clicked twice instead of intentionally? – Linus Kleen Mar 16 '12 at 0:50
    
I'm not fussed, just thought it was funny that you ducked! – davidsleeps Mar 16 '12 at 1:18

Fixed in latest, I disable the entire panel if you pop that window up.

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to be deployed ... – waffles Mar 19 '12 at 2:45
    
Seems to have been deployed. Pressing Esc to close the layer doesn't seem to work anymore, however. Can you confirm this, or am I starting to make things up? – Linus Kleen Mar 20 '12 at 7:08
    
@LinusKleen yes that is broken (it works but does not enable the buttons) will fix – waffles Mar 20 '12 at 8:46

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