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I just closed a question on since it belonged on the parent site. I chose "off-topic" as the most suitable reason for closing (though explained more fully in a comment, of course) but afterwards realised that the text was inaccurate:

Questions on Meta TeX - LaTeX are expected to generally relate to TeX, LaTeX and other related typesetting systems, within the scope defined in the faq.

Remember: this is for the meta site, not the parent site. Could this be changed to something more suitable?

(And could whoever split that infinitive be asked politely not to do it again? I'm amazed that the english.SX crowd haven't complained; also, it changes the meaning.)

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The off-topic close reason now reads

Questions on this site are expected to be discussion, support, and feature requests for TeX - LaTeX - Stack Exchange.

as expected.

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