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Quite often I come across questions that need both editing and closure. When this is from the Review Queue as soon as I am done editing (or closing) the queue jumps to the next question, so if I want to do both I either have to find the question again, or I had to have the foresight to open a copy in a new tab so I can complete the review process.

What is standard procedure for both editing and closing a question in the Review Queue?

If there is nothing easier than what I am doing I shall turn this into a feature request.

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marked as duplicate by Mr.Wizard, ben is uǝq backwards, hims056, psubsee2003, Martijn Pieters Feb 6 '14 at 15:20

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Open the question in a new tab to edit, then vote to close in the review queue.

A quick middle mouse click or holding down the Ctrl key on the keyboard ( on Mac) while clicking on the link link or post title suffices to open the post in a new tab.

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This is what I'm doing now but I find it quite awkward. Assuming this is presently the best way I wish to turn this question into a feature request. Given that you have already answered are you OK with that? – Mr.Wizard Feb 6 '14 at 13:57
@Mr.Wizard: See Let me edit a post in the close review, then vote to close it; you'd be a dupe. – Martijn Pieters Feb 6 '14 at 13:58
Despite searching I failed to find that duplicate. I think we should vote to close this as a duplicate of that, though I'm disheartened to see status-declined. – Mr.Wizard Feb 6 '14 at 14:00

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