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Can we have the ability to rescind a close vote before it closes?

I have flagged many non-constructive posts and attempted to close them. But later, someone edits the question and makes it full-fledged. At this situation how do I withdraw my close-votes?

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marked as duplicate by jadarnel27, Lorem Ipsum, Michael Petrotta, Manishearth, Kevin Vermeer Jun 1 '12 at 17:11

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You petition the SE High Commission to withdraw your close vote. It's a long and brutal bureaucratic process and by the end of it, you'd wish you had never wanted to withdraw. –  Lorem Ipsum Jun 1 '12 at 17:01
    
It will resultant in to disputed or declined by modetaor. –  Lucifer Jun 1 '12 at 17:01
    

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You can't. See: Can we have the ability to rescind a close vote before it closes?.

Since the post is fixed now, it shouldn't keep accumulating close votes. If it does wind up getting closed, you can always flag to reopen.

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You can't. In such cases it's best to comment that "I revoke my CV/flag blah blah"

It's no biggie anyway--if the question is closed by your vote, you can reopen. That's what closing is for.

If the question is closed by a trigger-happy fellow on seeing your CV, then still you can reopen.

For flags, its still no biggie. Your flag weight reduced a bit(if the mod didn't see your comment). No big deal.

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"flag weight reduced a bit" Not anymore! –  Daniel Jun 1 '12 at 17:12
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@dan not really. It's no longer visible, but it's still used internally to prioritize the queue –  Manishearth Jun 1 '12 at 17:18
    
@Danielδ: It just doesn't get displayed anymore, but it's still there. Also note that it continues to service one of its primary purposes, which is ordering the flags in the moderation queue. –  Dennis Jun 1 '12 at 17:18

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