When reviewing reopen votes, I was given this question as a review audit. I commented, nonsensically, that I didn't understand why the question was closed as primarily-opinion based, as that's what the review audit showed the close reason as. I deleted the comment, but nonetheless, I shouldn't have been allowed to comment while being misinformed.

When we're "lying" to users about the status of a question in a review audit, comments should either be disallowed or not copied over to the question itself.

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    It seems they changed the commenting-on-audit behavior. It used to be that clicking “Add comment” failed review audit for "known-good" posts, with no comment being actually posted. Apparently, in your case the comment got posted. I'd guess this is a bug. – user259867 Jul 24 '14 at 4:36
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    Let's just remove the comment button on reopen reviews? – John Dvorak Mar 5 '18 at 14:42
  • This is [status-completed]. See my answer here. – Donald Duck Mar 5 '18 at 18:02

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