I'm aware the title is rather unclear. Couldn't manage to formulate it correctly.

I actually found this question:

Half Bridge with dual powre supply and two N-channel Mosfets?

is similar to this one, which was asked previously:

Is it possible to build an H-Bridge with only N-MOSFETs (and these other components)?

So, naturally, I went to close it as duplicate, so we can vote, etc... Unfortunately, I forgot it, but I had already voted to close it (as unclear), before an edit was made to make it more clear (timeline). So I can't do it.

I really think it is a duplicate. Shouldn't the fact that the question has been edited be relevant, and allow me to cast a new "close as duplicate" vote, although I already casted a close vote before? I mean, the question wasn't formulated the same at that time, and the close reason is different.

Maybe this belongs to the main meta, as well. Not sure.


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Community review is purposely designed to prevent any one user from dominating the process. Therefore, each user only gets to vote on a post just once.

Yes, that means that you'll sometimes get locked out in a situation like this. The most you can do at this point is to leave a comment that will guide other reviewers in the right direction. Or if you think it's urgent enough, raise a moderator flag on it and explain what the issue is.

  • \$\begingroup\$ Thanks. I guess I can accept the way it is designed. Not sure leaving a comment will have an effect, though, since it will probably be missed by everbody, this question now being a few weeks old. But, you are a moderator, so, if you agree with the duplicate judgment, you may want to fix that question eventually. \$\endgroup\$
    – dim
    Jul 7, 2016 at 11:16

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