It's Sunday afternoon. It's snowing outside, and I have a pounding headache. A perfect time to go through the flags queue on my little tablet.
...Except, some of the flags are completely bogus. And the "declined..." link is entirely too close to the "helpful" button for me to hit it accurately.
There's no way to "undo" a misclick on "helpful", so I've already given three unhelpful flags a stamp of approval when nothing needed to be done. If I zoom way, waaaay in, and tap very carefully, I can usually mash the link, but even then sometimes Android seems to think I'm aiming for that button.
I can't help but think that just a little bit of whitespace, maybe just an extra line, would suffice to avoid this problem.
The small bit of added space did the trick. Action shot: