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I think this question about formatting superimposed titles in a screenplay should be reopened

This question was closed as off-topic: Multiple superimposed supers The question asks about how to format multiple consecutive superimposed titles in a screenplay. Screenplays are explicitly on topic ...
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Why is question closed with only two close votes?

This question was closed with only two close votes. I have not participated very long on Writers SE. I'm familiar with other SE sites that require five close votes. Two seems like a very small ...
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Can I (or someone else) vote to re-open a closed question?

I recently wanted to answer This question, but as I was writing my answer I got a message that the question had been closed due to being off-topic in the "what to write" category (some seemed to ...
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If a question asks for authoritative sources, does that make it a NON opinion question?

Here is a question I had in mind (that was closed). Criteria for a good screenplay It began by asking how the quality of a screenplay is judged by the Oscar panel. That's certainly an expert, ...
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Regarding opinion based questions ~ The first thought that came to my mind was discussing opinion based questions here like - "How do I start an essay?" which other English speaking stackexchange communities ...
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Making "Inventing names for Sci-Fi characters" fit

It seems Inventing names for Sci-Fi characters is not up to high standards as requested by Neil Fein. I am bothered of how to invent names for fictional characters in a future-setted Sci-Fi so thay ...
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Question Closed and Voted to Migrate Didn't Migrate

I closed and voted to migrate this question to English.SE where it clearly fits as a grammar question. The question was locked by Community and closed by me, but it did not migrate. Is this a bug? ...