My question currently has some duplicate votes, but I can't seem to get the message to go away and stay that way:
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I checked it once and submitted, I did it again when another duplicate question was offered and now I have to do it again. It vanishes after I check it and submit but then later comes back, probably in response to getting a new close vote, as specified in the original announcement (even when it's the same dupe target). I also edited my question at every point during this and that didn't do anything to dismiss it.
Assuming that I'm right, a user may have to dismiss this message five times per close cycle (one flag plus four close votes). More if the votes age out but people keep on casting more.
This was annoying and confusing for me, so I can't imagine what someone who doesn't know Stack Exchange would feel. They certainly wouldn't know that more people are casting close votes, and the message unexpectedly returning doesn't really help with that either. It just looks broken.
Can't this be made to respect the fact that I've already dismissed it, and also edited?