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No. Only janitors, gods, and possibly a few others can directly unconsider nodes.

If you're not comfortable using (or able to use) user-defined style sheets, you can also re-order your personal nodelets so that there's a bit of space between the ChatterBox and the Approval nodelet.

Of course, nothing beats looking thrice before you stubmit, but we've all been known to /msh something up from to time.

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In reply to Re: How to "un"consider a node? by footpad
in thread How to "un"consider a node? by Jazz

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