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I voted to close a question from the First Posts review queue.

The question was put on hold but the "I'm Done" button wasn't enabled:

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Refreshing the page just showed:

This post isn't reviewable

(or words to that effect) and the "Next" button.

I didn't notice whether my review count incremented or not, but the action doesn't seem to have been registered on the history tab:

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I don't get to see many posts on the SO review queues so I want my review to count, dammit!

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I've also seen this in the Low Quality queue when converting an answer to a comment. –  Michael Hampton Jul 3 '13 at 22:15
    
Confirmed. @Michael: that's kind of a special case, I suspect the dialog doesn't realize that the answer is being deleted. Or did it work at one time? –  Shog9 Jul 3 '13 at 22:17
    
I haven't been a moderator long enough to know if it ever worked. What I do know is, that as a mod, the queue does provide the mod link to click on and perform those operations. –  Michael Hampton Jul 3 '13 at 22:18
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The problem was that the moderator close vote triggers a state change (open -> on hold) of the question, causing a refresh that also refreshed the I'm done button after it was already enabled.

After closing the question as a moderator the I'm done button is now enabled and clicking it should record your review, increasing your review count.

However, refreshing the page would still cause the This post isn't reviewable message to appear.

Fix rolled out to sites in build 2013.7.18.861

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