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Yes, we all know that there are many questions asked that met the requirements for closing the question as stated here: https://stackoverflow.com/help/closed-questions
I agreed that some questions are totally "off topic".
But in some very rare cases, even though the question totally fits the requirements for closing or the definition of "off-topic", the question has a very high value as the answers gathered will truly benefit all the developers.
And sometimes, a closed question continues to receive lots of votes, or is highly upvoted already.
The number of votes these questions have already speaks for itself - it is a highly valuable question even if it is off-topic.
Closing a highly upvoted question makes no sense.
So, can we have another option for "voting for exception".
Lets say, maybe at 20 votes or 35 votes.