I flagged this question as "Too localized. The problem was a syntax error of misplacing a quote.", but my flag was rejected.
To be able to flag correctly in the future, I would like to understand why it's not too localized.
Should this question then be editted to describe the problem in a more generic way so that people who suffer from the same problem can find it more easily?
The question is now closed by votes. I guess that indicates that I flagged it correctly. As Pekka 웃 mentioned, it is still interesting to know why the flag was declined. I.e. do I need to word the reason differently, or was it just a mistake (I can imagine mods have a lot of flags to review).
I've changed the title of the question accordingly.