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In the process of reviewing the below, I got my browser tabs muddled, and managed to review a close vote for a second time:

http://stackoverflow.com/review/close/1503735

Close Votes Titsup

The second vote was indended for another review, but I ended up coming back to the wrong tab after checking out the full duplicate question.

I assume I must have already had two tabs open on the first review in order to have one set in the state where I was able to select to leave open.

Obviously I made the mistake with the tabs, but the review function should probably have refused to register the second vote.

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Well, user can review same post in more than one queue e.g. both in "close" and "low quality" queues. So probably server side validation isn't so simple. Won't be surprised if it's by design! :) –  Shadow Wizard Feb 12 '13 at 12:05
    
Worth to mention: for suggested edits there is server side validation: i.stack.imgur.com/BEHPo.png –  Shadow Wizard Feb 12 '13 at 12:08
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@ShaWizDowArd: ... SELECT COUNT(*) FROM reviews WHERE ReviewId = '1503735' AND UserId = '592111' ? Each post has a different ID in each queue, so it shouldn't be too hard? –  Matt Feb 12 '13 at 12:09
    
@Matt oh didn't know each post has different ID in each queue. Well, I stand corrected. Most likely it was overlooked. –  Shadow Wizard Feb 12 '13 at 12:11
    
Interesting that both reviews have a different result. –  Toon Krijthe Feb 12 '13 at 14:23
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@ToonKrijthe: That's cos the second "Leave Open" vote was for a different answer (see all the stuff about wrong tab etc). - I was leaving open a different post entirely! –  Jon Egerton Feb 12 '13 at 14:50

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

This should be fixed going forward. Thanks for the report.

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