4 Added the tooltip's plain text
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Update: implemented!

Actual UI appears like this:

That solved my problem! / No, my question is different. I will edit to explain how

If the author clicks the big blue button, the question is instantly closed (With the Community user listed as a close voter):

This question's author approved a pending duplicate vote.

Community: This question's author approved a pending duplicate vote.

If, instead, they edit, then the choice will go away... At least until another duplicate close-vote is cast.


I like this idea. Any time we can motivate an asker to edit instead of handwringing we should be doing so.

The underlying problem here isn't that folks are disagreeing with the message... It's that they're flagging instead of editing!

This also brings to mind a few previous feature-requests:

Ideally, askers would be presented with a choice:

The first option would immediately close the question as a duplicate; the second would present the editing screen.

If the question is edited, the banner should be hidden (that is, the banner should only be shown if there's a dup-vote newer than the last edit date).

Update: implemented!

Actual UI appears like this:

That solved my problem! / No, my question is different. I will edit to explain how

If the author clicks the big blue button, the question is instantly closed (With the Community user listed as a close voter):

Community: This question's author approved a pending duplicate vote.

If, instead, they edit, then the choice will go away... At least until another duplicate close-vote is cast.


I like this idea. Any time we can motivate an asker to edit instead of handwringing we should be doing so.

The underlying problem here isn't that folks are disagreeing with the message... It's that they're flagging instead of editing!

This also brings to mind a few previous feature-requests:

Ideally, askers would be presented with a choice:

The first option would immediately close the question as a duplicate; the second would present the editing screen.

If the question is edited, the banner should be hidden (that is, the banner should only be shown if there's a dup-vote newer than the last edit date).

Update: implemented!

Actual UI appears like this:

That solved my problem! / No, my question is different. I will edit to explain how

If the author clicks the big blue button, the question is instantly closed (With the Community user listed as a close voter):

This question's author approved a pending duplicate vote.

Community: This question's author approved a pending duplicate vote.

If, instead, they edit, then the choice will go away... At least until another duplicate close-vote is cast.


I like this idea. Any time we can motivate an asker to edit instead of handwringing we should be doing so.

The underlying problem here isn't that folks are disagreeing with the message... It's that they're flagging instead of editing!

This also brings to mind a few previous feature-requests:

Ideally, askers would be presented with a choice:

The first option would immediately close the question as a duplicate; the second would present the editing screen.

If the question is edited, the banner should be hidden (that is, the banner should only be shown if there's a dup-vote newer than the last edit date).

3 replaced http://meta.stackexchange.com/ with https://meta.stackexchange.com/
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Update: implemented!

Actual UI appears like this:

That solved my problem! / No, my question is different. I will edit to explain how

If the author clicks the big blue button, the question is instantly closed (With the Community user listed as a close voter):

Community: This question's author approved a pending duplicate vote.

If, instead, they edit, then the choice will go away... At least until another duplicate close-vote is cast.


I like this idea. Any time we can motivate an asker to edit instead of handwringingedit instead of handwringing we should be doing so.

The underlying problem here isn't that folks are disagreeing with the message... It's that they're flagging instead of editing!

This also brings to mind a few previous feature-requests:

Ideally, askers would be presented with a choice:

The first option would immediately close the question as a duplicate; the second would present the editing screen.

If the question is edited, the banner should be hidden (that is, the banner should only be shown if there's a dup-vote newer than the last edit date).

Update: implemented!

Actual UI appears like this:

That solved my problem! / No, my question is different. I will edit to explain how

If the author clicks the big blue button, the question is instantly closed (With the Community user listed as a close voter):

Community: This question's author approved a pending duplicate vote.

If, instead, they edit, then the choice will go away... At least until another duplicate close-vote is cast.


I like this idea. Any time we can motivate an asker to edit instead of handwringing we should be doing so.

The underlying problem here isn't that folks are disagreeing with the message... It's that they're flagging instead of editing!

This also brings to mind a few previous feature-requests:

Ideally, askers would be presented with a choice:

The first option would immediately close the question as a duplicate; the second would present the editing screen.

If the question is edited, the banner should be hidden (that is, the banner should only be shown if there's a dup-vote newer than the last edit date).

Update: implemented!

Actual UI appears like this:

That solved my problem! / No, my question is different. I will edit to explain how

If the author clicks the big blue button, the question is instantly closed (With the Community user listed as a close voter):

Community: This question's author approved a pending duplicate vote.

If, instead, they edit, then the choice will go away... At least until another duplicate close-vote is cast.


I like this idea. Any time we can motivate an asker to edit instead of handwringing we should be doing so.

The underlying problem here isn't that folks are disagreeing with the message... It's that they're flagging instead of editing!

This also brings to mind a few previous feature-requests:

Ideally, askers would be presented with a choice:

The first option would immediately close the question as a duplicate; the second would present the editing screen.

If the question is edited, the banner should be hidden (that is, the banner should only be shown if there's a dup-vote newer than the last edit date).

2 Added key search terms. (It took me quite a while to find this answer without them.)
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Update: implemented!

Actual UI appears like this:

That solved my problem! / No, my question is different. I will edit to explain how

If the author clicks the big blue button, the question is instantly closed (With the Community user listed as a close voter):

Community: This question's author approved a pending duplicate vote.

If, instead, they edit, then the choice will go away... At least until another duplicate close-vote is cast.


I like this idea. Any time we can motivate an asker to edit instead of handwringing we should be doing so.

The underlying problem here isn't that folks are disagreeing with the message... It's that they're flagging instead of editing!

This also brings to mind a few previous feature-requests:

Ideally, askers would be presented with a choice:

The first option would immediately close the question as a duplicate; the second would present the editing screen.

If the question is edited, the banner should be hidden (that is, the banner should only be shown if there's a dup-vote newer than the last edit date).

Update: implemented!

Actual UI appears like this:

That solved my problem! / No, my question is different. I will edit to explain how

If the author clicks the big blue button, the question is instantly closed:

Community: This question's author approved a pending duplicate vote.

If, instead, they edit, then the choice will go away... At least until another duplicate close-vote is cast.


I like this idea. Any time we can motivate an asker to edit instead of handwringing we should be doing so.

The underlying problem here isn't that folks are disagreeing with the message... It's that they're flagging instead of editing!

This also brings to mind a few previous feature-requests:

Ideally, askers would be presented with a choice:

The first option would immediately close the question as a duplicate; the second would present the editing screen.

If the question is edited, the banner should be hidden (that is, the banner should only be shown if there's a dup-vote newer than the last edit date).

Update: implemented!

Actual UI appears like this:

That solved my problem! / No, my question is different. I will edit to explain how

If the author clicks the big blue button, the question is instantly closed (With the Community user listed as a close voter):

Community: This question's author approved a pending duplicate vote.

If, instead, they edit, then the choice will go away... At least until another duplicate close-vote is cast.


I like this idea. Any time we can motivate an asker to edit instead of handwringing we should be doing so.

The underlying problem here isn't that folks are disagreeing with the message... It's that they're flagging instead of editing!

This also brings to mind a few previous feature-requests:

Ideally, askers would be presented with a choice:

The first option would immediately close the question as a duplicate; the second would present the editing screen.

If the question is edited, the banner should be hidden (that is, the banner should only be shown if there's a dup-vote newer than the last edit date).

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