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- Responding to your “too localized” concerns 14 answers
A while back I posted my opinion that "typo" related questions should be closed and removed, which had a lot of support so I'm going on the assumption that it's still generally correct.
For example this question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18179485/link-to-css-not-working
Solved by changing
bootstrap.css. "Boostrap" of course being a mere typo. Useful to no one but the OP.
I miss "too localized" because it was perfect for typos, but I accept that it is gone.
Under the current system, which close reason (if any) apply to this and other such questions? Am I supposed to type in a custom reason?
I tried a custom message, does this seem reasonable, or confusing?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is... A typo.
Is there something else that would make more sense?