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I thought I'd tackle a few close vote reviews. I was presented with a question about Wordpress running out of memory (sorry the actual question is now lost, though I remember it had 10 upvotes) and the review asked whether it should be closed as Not constructive. I clicked close, since it was clearly a Duplicate (and a high rep user had already pointed it out as a dup of this in the comments).
I expected to be presented with the Close Reason dialogue, but instead I got an automated complaint that I'd failed a test, and that I should "pay attention". Was I unreasonable in thinking the UI should behave as it does when a real close review is presented?
Put another way, if my close reason is different to the one suggested, should I skip rather than cast a differing close vote, even though I would have cast that vote in "real life"?