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When you open the close dialog after having voted yourself, you get the same dialog as normal, but without the radio buttons. You can see the vote counts on the different categories. However, you can't click further on a categorie, so you can't see:

  • How much is voted on particular possible duplicates
  • How much is voted for migration paths / no migration

Can it be made that you can click further so that you can see these vote counts as well? Another option is, as Sha Wiz Dow Ard says, to add close votes to the timeline. The dialog wouldn't have to be changed with that idea.

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There might be little user scripts hacks or so, but I'd say it would be nice to have this as a site feature.

marked as duplicate by hims056, Tobias Kienzler, ben is uǝq backwards, Danny Beckett, Undo Jul 3 '13 at 13:07

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    One other way without changing the close dialog is adding close votes to the question timeline. Example of question with some pending close votes. Of course visible only for 3K+ users. – Shadow Wizard Apr 28 '13 at 8:08
  • @ShaWizDowArd nice suggestion, I edited it in. – Keelan Apr 28 '13 at 8:11
  • @Manishearth I upvoted your answer and will use it, but wanted to make clear that I want something more than that. Thanks a lot for the JS, I'm going to use it (a lot)! – Keelan Apr 29 '13 at 6:25
  • @CamilStaps: Yeah, I'm saying that it's always implied that you still want the feature :) – Manishearth Apr 29 '13 at 6:27
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Well, when I want to know the close vote distribution on a site where I don't have the rep to I use this bookmarklet:

javascript:$.get('/posts/popup/close/'+document.location.href.split('/')[4],function(data){$d=$(data);$d.find('.bounty-indicator-tab').each(function(){console.log($(this).parent().find('.action-name').html()+": "+$(this).html())})})

This logs the close vote counts onto the JS console (Ctrl-Shift-J on Chrome), including the submenu counts. And it ought to work even after a close vote has been cast by you.

Note: The "null" field is the amount of close votes you have left for the day.

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