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The network accommodates for this by providing the option to "Vote to Reopen" a question, even if it is merely to close it again for a different reason. So, here are a couple of suggestions: If you have the privilege to "Vote to Reopen" (3k reputation), vote to reopen the (currently-closed) question and write a comment in the question stating your ...


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In a comment to the closed question, there's a link to this question: dictionary marks in biblatex. If that question is a candidate for a duplicate, that would solve the problem. If it doesn't give the answer you need, you could update your question to mention that one, and explain why it doesn't meet your requirements. In either case, this would avoid ...


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This appears to be normal procedure and no special powers were needed in this case. https://tex.stackexchange.com/help/duplicates says The original question generally must have an answer; questions may only be marked as duplicates of unanswered questions on meta sites, when the questions share the same author, or when closed by a moderator. Presumably ...


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