« first day (742 days earlier)   

12:11 AM
@Chad It does look familiar, but I couldn't find the original question.
 
 
3 hours later…
Jim
2:50 AM
@MonicaCellio can't you decline and choose "other"?
 
@Jim not on comments. For flags on posts I can leave a message, but I don't see anything like that for comments.
 
Jim
@MonicaCellio
hm
yeah, I guess not
(no access to the tools, so I can only speculate what you can do)
 
It makes sense -- comment flags, like comments themselves, are treated as somewhat second-tier by the system. For example, in your flag history you can (now) see posts where you flagged comments, but you can't see which comments they were.
@Jim I'll take another look the next time I'm handling a comment flag (maybe I missed something), but I don't think there's anything there.
 
Jim
(I usually can, since I flag "this is an answer as a comment" and it doesn't get deleted so it's obvious what I flagged)
Yeah, I think you can only "delete, edit, dismiss" on comments
for deletabale comments that make a legitmate point, though, I'd usually leave a comment responding to it
and then wait to delete it
(by "delete it" i mean delete the comment and my response and any other response)
until I've seen that the use has returned to see the response
@MonicaCellio can you see recent reviews?
I was going to post a Meta question about getting stuck on rejected reviews, but I'm not sure which post to link to
 
@Jim sure, everybody can -- go to the review queue, then choose "history". Or is that not what you were asking? (I don't know of a single list of all of them.)
 
Jim
3:02 AM
I just tried, couldn't find it
not sure if it was suggested edit, low quality post, or first post
tried to reject an edit ("too minor"), but it was already approved
and rejecting it just led me back to the same review of the same post
 
@Jim huh, that's weird. And I don't see an edit review from you in the history. I wonder if it was approved while you were rejecting it and that did something funky (like your rejection just didn't happen, as far as the system is concerned).
 

« first day (742 days earlier)