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When I cast a duplicate close vote on a question, the system automatically generates a comment (I vote to close the question being duplicate of ...)

I think it's very useful as it gives an early warning for the owner; I'm also doing something similar with other type of close votes, explaining what's wrong with the question.

Is it possible to have this automatic comment for other type of votes too?

  • ooooor just post a comment manually. I was doing that for years, and still do so. – Journeyman Geek Sep 7 '16 at 10:40
  • @JourneymanGeek I know and I do it too, but it increase the time I (waste) spend on low quality questions. – Máté Juhász Sep 7 '16 at 10:59
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There's a Stack App for that!

AutoReviewComments is available for Chrome and Firefox, and also as a userscript. You can set custom pro forma comments and then easily insert them with a couple clicks using the auto link it places under the Add Comment button. It has some other neat features too, like letting you mark a pro forma comment as only for questions or answers, or as applicable to all posts.

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    Just to add, it comes with some canned text, but you can modify it and add to it. So if you really like a comment someone else has perfected, you can steal it and automate it for yourself. :-) You can also customize the text for a specific post after you insert it. – fixer1234 Sep 7 '16 at 23:08

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