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Deleting a comment (mine) shouldn’t count as a comment vote

When trying to delete more than a single comment in less than 5 seconds (not a common ocurrence, I must admit), the popup reads (paraphrased) "You may submit a comment vote every 5 seconds" instead of "You can delete a comment every 5 seconds".

This is not a dupe of that question. The question in question states that deleting shouldn't be subject to rate limiting. This question refers to the message that pops up.

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marked as duplicate by random, balpha, Ladybug Killer, Robert Cartaino, Ólafur Waage Sep 18 '09 at 17:56

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Dupe of meta.stackexchange.com/questions/14185/… (which is tagged status-bydesign). – balpha Sep 18 '09 at 7:47

It's like voting to delete a comment. But you can only vote to delete your own. And you only need one vote to blast away the comment.

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Yes and this is voting to create a comment, and this is me voting to press the X key. X! – John the Seagull Sep 18 '09 at 7:41

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