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I recently saw four different duplicate UIs in questions that are closed as a duplicate:

(1.)

This question already has an answer here:

Minor key and its chords

(2.)

This question is an exact duplicate of:

Inaccurate reputation graphs - bug or as designed?

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This question may already have an answer here:

Is the message "This question may already have an answer here" shown after flags or only after close votes?

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Possible Duplicate:

Are modes and scales the same?


It seems like each of them appear in different conditions. In what cases do they appear?

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    Can you give a real example of this instead of just linking to your post? I think you are get a lot of different contexts mixed up. I know 4 is only displayed in comments when someone first proposes a duplicate close. – Dom Jun 20 '19 at 14:00
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    @Dom - OK! Fixed it! – user53472 Jun 24 '19 at 10:46
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Partial answer:

This question already has an answer here:

Minor key and its chords

My guess is that message appears when a question is closed as a duplicate. I'm pretty sure that's where I've seen it.

This question is an exact duplicate of:

Inaccurate reputation graphs - bug or as designed?

I'm not sure about this one, sorry. I'm not sure I've even seen it...

This question may already have an answer here:

Is the message "This question may already have an answer here" shown after flags or only after close votes?

I think that's the message shown when OP views their own question, probably as motivation to check out that question and make sure it's not a duplication. I think that message appears when a duplicate is suggested by another user (but not yet closed or marked as a duplicate).

Possible Duplicate:

Are modes and scales the same?

I remember seeing those exact words as comments under the post when a duplicate is suggested, but I can't recall ever seeing a UI for it.

Pretty sure 1) is correct, but the others slipped my mind.

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