I believe in the voting system, but not as a result of this:
A while ago, this question was asked. In short, in a multi- monitor setup, OP wants to have new windows appear on the screen he is currently working on. That could be the left, but also the right one, depending on where I am currently working on.
You would say...
...that is obviously different from having a fixed default screen to have new windows appear on.
To my surprise, someone voted to close it as a dupe of this one however.
Accidents happen, we can't always be awake, so I decided to add a comment, to explain why it isn't a dupe.
The close voting happily went on, so I decided to add a more prominent section to the question, with the same explanation:
N.B. This is NOT about setting the default monitor. I want new windows to appear on the screen I am currently working on, which is dynamically changing, and not necessarily the default monitor.
To my astonishment, I found the question closed as a dupe of an obviously different question. With the message clearly in front, five people misread the question
Come on people, it's been a long day of hard work, I am exhausted. Probably tomorrow I'll regret the tone of this post. I am pretty sure however I won't be about the tenor: If voting is done in this superficial manner, what do we need to do to keep a question open?