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Suppose I'm reviewing a question which has been edited after being closed. Significant changes have been made, and the result does not fit the original reason for closing the question. However, IMO it should be closed - for another reason.
For example: Before the edit, the grammar was terrible, the sentences didn't make sense and the code was an off-site link. After the edit, I can read the question, but it seems off-topic to me; or maybe I don't understand why OP wants to do what s/he is asking us about.
Question: In this situation, should I Leave Closed, Reopen, or Skip?
Note: If I Leave Closed, as many suggest, the user would still see the original reason for closing. Sure, they'd have my comment, but it would be a case of mixed-messaging. Also, it might not be fair to them that "close" the question for a different reason using just my single opinion, rather than requiring multiple close votes for the new reason.