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Disallow voting on comments if a post is locked. Why show the buttons for voting, etc. if the post is locked and no changes can happen.

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Because voting on comments really serves no purpose other than to highlight something you agree with and there is no reputation gained or lost from it. All you get now is the possibility at a pundit badge, but that is only recently introduced.

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How does this answer the question? The original feature request is to remove the arrow from the UX so that it doesn't look like you can vote, when you really can't. – sumelic Jan 4 at 4:29

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