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A userscript that adds easy to reach and use buttons for the most common closure tasks.

As configured, the buttons are added to every question in the questions list or in the close vote review page.


Image of buttons

  • OT : Off topic because "it is not within the bounds of discussion as described in the help center"
  • OB : Opinion based
  • TB : Too Broad
  • UC : Unclear
  • TL : "Too Localized", a simple typo was the problem, of no benefit to others
  • LIB : Asking for links, libraries, books, articles, feminine hygiene products...
  • NE : No effort
  • SU : Shoulda been asked on SuperUser
  • SF : Shoulda been asked on ServerFault

Once clicked, an ugly span will be revealed to let you know if your vote was tallied or not. If not, most likely it is because you are voting too fast. Cool your jets, Blake.

Note: This does not yet work with the close queue.


6/18/2015: Updated two close reasons--UC and TL--to reflect code and close reason changes

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I can't get the gist of your gist. – fredley Jun 30 '14 at 16:22
Oh, github, you and your fragile fucken URLs... @fredley fixed. – Will Jun 30 '14 at 16:24

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