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When reviewing first posts, sometimes the question gets deleted while you are reviewing it. It would be nice if, instead of displaying a blank page with an error message (This question has been deleted), the regular review interface would display and it would be possible to move on to the next question without typing in the Stack Overflow URL again.

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Do you remember when/how this error message appeared? That error message doesn't seem to appear anywhere in the codebase. – Emmett Jan 31 '13 at 1:37
@Emmett It appeared as I was reviewing a first post. For some reason (which I don't remember), I hit the reload button. Instead of the familiar review interface, a page completely devoid of all formatting showed up with just the text "This question has been deleted." (Sounds like a SO creepypasta - WHO WAS QUESTION - but it's not.) – APerson Feb 10 '13 at 23:14

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