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The number represents the total number of items in all of the review queues, and is only shown to 10k users. The count is cached for all users, so it may or may not be precisely accurate at any given point in time. Note that this number may be different the the number if items that you can review: It will include items you have already reviewed, but are ...


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The way I use for now is http://scriptish.org/ add-on with AutoReviewComments as user script. Not ideal solution, but it allows me to avoid Greasemonkey and still use AutoReviewComments when it's native add-on disappeared. I know scriptish is but a fork of greasemonkey, but it does not conflict with my other addons the way original monkey did, so I can live ...


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It simply means you marked a flag as invalid, and marking a flag as invalid is shown as disputed, since it doesn't increase the number of helpful flags, but it doesn't increase the number of the declined flags either. That is how the system works. The moderator message you see is not for your flag, but for the flag you marked as invalid. in fact, the ...


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Yep, that's what the page looks like when there are no flags available to review. It just so happens that the only flag currently in the review queue is one you flagged, so it doesn't make sense to show it to you again as you can't action it (excuse my publicly divulging that info, but I can't see it being a problem). Why you see the (1) notification for ...


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