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While reviewing a question, I could not decide between two options for closure reasons:
- Questions asking for code must demonstrate a minimal understanding of the problem being solved. Include attempted solutions, why they didn't work, and the expected results.
- unclear what you're asking
It was a short question looking for a direct answer and decided on the second one and voted.
But after a few minutes of thinking, I decided first option is suited better. Since closure reason is the key for the question owner to see how he can fix his question, I decided to change closure reason. Since I could not change the closure reason, I tried to retract my closure vote and then re-vote. But after retracting my vote, system do not let me to vote again.
Is there a reason for not enabling re-vote after retraction? Also will not it be better if revoting/changing closure reason is enabled?