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A couple of issues I've noted happening on Politics.SE, but not on other sites in the network:

This question about Thomas Hobbes and classical realism. It belongs on Philosophy.SE, not Politics. But when I vote to close and select "Should be migrated" as the reason, my only choice is Politics.Meta.

A bad answer to this question came up in the Low-Quality Posts review queue, but there were no options to edit, close, or skip, so there was nothing I could do about it from that screen.

I have accounts on several other stacks and don't see this problem on those. Is there something wrong with the site?


Update:

For the second issue, I was able to replicate the voting buttons problem in the review queues on another stack. I had my browser text size zoomed to 170%, but didn't zoom when I spot-checked other sites. The buttons disappear off the right side of the screen at >150%. I'd still call this a bug though. The new site layout is a bit less accessibility-friendly than the old layout was.

The first issue remains, however.

  • questions regarding bugs are best brought up on meta.stackexchange.com – Sam I am Dec 4 '18 at 22:33
  • Not an answer to your question, but since political theory questions are on-topic here I'm curious why you felt the need to try to migrate the Hobbes question. – indigochild Dec 11 '18 at 4:41
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But when I vote to close and select "Should be migrated" as the reason, my only choice is Politics.Meta.

Stack Exchange's policy is not to offer predefined migration paths to beta sites. If you're 100% sure the question belongs on Philosophy Stack Exchange, use a custom moderator flag; ♦ moderators can migrate questions to anywhere in the network (provided that the question is less than 60 days old).

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