My mother brought me up1 to believe that a question on Stack Overflow that is so narrow as to pertain only to one individual's trivial typo, or failure to spot a trivial typo, is cause for the question to be closed as too localised. It can never help anybody else.
That is, Stack Overflow is not a crowdsourced debugging application.
I've seen plenty of support for this stance in the past (for example: Stack Overflow has too many "too localised" new questions). But, unfortunately, the FAQ is not and has never really been clear on this.
In this instance, a hyper-high-rep user seems to disagree completely:
I disagree with your use of a close vote -- a typo is not "too localized". Please be more prudent and judicious in your use of close votes.
So, simply, am I wrong about this close vote reason? If so, what does "too localised" mean?
I mean, don't tell me it actually means that a question has to be literally relate to a three-foot-square geographic area in order to fulfill this close vote reason?
1 this may or may not be entirely accurate