A few days ago I saw a question with this comment:
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because you have a couple of very descriptive error messages and your question doesn't show any research effort or steps you've taken to resolve those issues.
I wanted to vote to close this question also, for the same reason, and I was surprised to discover that this exact reason existed.
I've selected this reason.
But this reason only existed for this specific question, while I was thinking that an update has been done.
voting to close reason was from a very high rated member, so I am thinking that they have privilege to close a given question with an ephemeral reason.
I know this has already been discussed, and it is not the goal on this post, but
lack of research is a good reason to close, and should be proposed by default (IMHO).
My questions are:
- Were my eyes tired or did I see right? (grrr I should have take a screenshot)
- Can you confirm that high rated members can add an ephemeral close reason for a given question that does not appear in the standard/usual close form?