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In comments, a user with a rep of 827 said he didn't see the close link under a question. But in the FAQ it says

250 Vote to close, reopen, or migrate your questions

Is the FAQ wrong? Is that close link being hidden by mistake?

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Could you link the instance you're referring to? As far as I know, this still works as it should, so it is likely that there is something specific to the question or user at hand that is the cause of this. –  Grace Note Mar 18 '11 at 15:11
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Nevermind, found the user - you're referring to this question, correct? Searching through your own comment history probably would've been a lot faster than searching through all of the users with 827 reputation (which are page 442-443, for the curious). –  Grace Note Mar 18 '11 at 15:23
    
you trust an 827 rep user more than OUR GLORIOUS FAQ? For shame. For shame! –  Jeff Atwood Mar 19 '11 at 3:40

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up vote 9 down vote accepted

The user with 827 should not see a close link under a question. Unless it is their own.

  • 250 Vote to close, reopen, or migrate your questions
  • 1000 Show total up and down vote counts
  • 3000 Vote to close, reopen, or migrate any questions
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This is the answer. The user who asked about the closing is not the person who asked the question, which means 3000 reputation is needed. –  Grace Note Mar 18 '11 at 15:26
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I don't reading comprehension much. –  Won't Mar 18 '11 at 15:29

Was it his own question, or someone elses? Or perhaps it was a question he posted under a different account and he needs them merged.

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Gotta love the somewhere-between-reasonable-and-wild speculation that takes place when there aren't enough details. –  Pops Mar 18 '11 at 15:14
    
@Popular: I do what I can. ;) –  gnostradamus Mar 18 '11 at 15:27

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