There is a pluralization issue in the review queue - received vote count tooltip. For the 1 vote, it is displayed as 1 votes

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  • <mandatory deprecated meme reference here>. Can someone tell me why to this day all occurrences of a "number followed by a word" (not determined by regex) are not wrapped in a simple utility consisting of just one ternary operator? Commented Apr 22, 2021 at 16:03
  • @OlegValter Because you don't always pluralise stuff after numbers e.g. "You cannot upvote an answer after reaching the 30 vote limit" - notice not votes. (example is artificial, not sure what cases of this there are across the network) Commented Apr 23, 2021 at 8:46
  • @Nick - I didn't mean there aren't valid cases where pluralization should not be applied, I just cannot fathom why every occurrence of number-followed-by-word is not wrapped in a utility (that can be configurable (n > 1 && !ignore ? "s" : "") so that the "pluralizaition bug" keeps coming up. Commented Apr 23, 2021 at 10:52

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It seems the bug had been fixed sometime before.

Now, the vote count tooltip has been corrected and the current tooltip is below:

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