When a user casts the first "close as duplicate" vote on a question, an automatic comment saying "Does this answer your question? [duplicate-link]" is posted with the name of the close-voting user next to it.
The first time this happened to me, I was frankly surprised. Silently adding my signature to a text I did not write makes me feel that I am being misrepresented. I would have liked to know this before casting the close vote (I would have cast it anyway).
This question is not to discuss whether there should be an automatic comment (this has been discussed already), and it is also not to discuss the wording of this comment (also already discussed here).
I would just like to request that first-time close voters are made aware of the fact that their close-as-duplicate vote will trigger an automatic comment with their signature, and that the automatic comment will say "Does this answer your question? [duplicate-link]". This way, the close-voter will not feel misrepresented.
Probably the best/easiest way to do this is to just add this information to the privilege page for "cast close and reopen votes". It could also optionally be added as a popup when a user actually votes to close, but the privilege page should be enough.