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Just right now I was reviewing a first post, an answer. In such cases, I usually like to open the entire question in a new tab so that I can view the answer in relation to the question and the other answers. Well, in this new tab, I flagged the answer which was obviously not an answer. When I returned to the review page, the No Action Needed was still highlighted. As some reviews are "tests" for obviously bad posts, I don't want to do No Action Needed because it could count against me. Is there some way we can adjust the process so that a reviewer does not get stuck like this?

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Perhaps reloading would enable "I'm Done"? – Daniel Fischer Jan 8 '13 at 16:49
I just had another case where the same idea applied, and yes reload worked. I guess this is the general approach to take. – demongolem Jan 8 '13 at 18:44

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