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Can we have an option to disable the “don’t forget to accept” reminder?

After a couple of weeks of not having "one correct answer" on questions where several answers are correct on their own rights, I decided to mark the questions as a wiki. I think I did this after the accepted answer percentage appeared on the profiles. And wikis often don't have "one correct answer". And I have several of those questions that I marked as wiki, which AFAIK cannot be undone). It's somewhat annoying that I have those red notes in the list that doesn't serve any purpose. And again, red often mean there's an error of some sort.

Edit: The note also disappears when a question is closed.

How else can I remove "Have you considered accepting an answer or starting a bounty for this question?" without accepting a correct answer?

Also, would it be good to let them implement that questions marked as wiki to not have that message?

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marked as duplicate by Ian Elliott, Randell, BinaryMisfit Aug 27 '09 at 7:14

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Seems this is a dupe:… – Ian Elliott Aug 27 '09 at 6:49

If you haven't gotten an answer that meets your needs, or there isn't a correct one in the bunch, just ignore it. The line is just a reminder, a gentle prod.

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But it's in RED. That's an error to most humans that I know. – Kurt W. Leucht Aug 28 '09 at 2:19
Run the red light, drink the red cordial. Red is a flag, a warning, a stop, yes. But a lot of people still just ignore it or even use it as a pause to think and look over something. – random Aug 28 '09 at 2:37

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