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In the edit queue the question already reviewed and approved / rejected gets hidden / collapsed. However when a post needs more votes for approval the post doesn't collapse, but instead a message is edit, e.g.: This suggestion still needs 1 approval vote from other reviewers.

Can these messages also be "hidden"? This way one doesn't have to scroll through the posts already voted on. I neither see the relevance of keeping those posts open, but maybe I'm missing something here.

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The developers are working on a new review system even as we speak; I suspect what you're asking for is part of that consideration. You may want to head over to the linked thread and join the conversation.

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What happened to the witch kings? ;) – PeeHaa Jun 26 '12 at 13:11
Hmmmm bit hard to check whether my post still is useful considering the fact that you need 2k to see anything. Bit strange. – PeeHaa Jun 26 '12 at 13:31
I edited my post inside the "no edit history" window. – Ernest Friedman-Hill Jun 26 '12 at 13:32
I know. Just sad I couldn't revert ;) – PeeHaa Jun 26 '12 at 13:33

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