This is a minor irritation, but the close (for dismissing the dialog without taking further action, not closing the question) button on the 'Vote to close question' box is on the left. In fact, I think all the close buttons are on the left.
Traditionally, in Windows, the close button is on the upper right. Due to the widespread use of Windows, this has become something of a convention, bucked only by (to my knowledge) Apple's desktop OS.
Having the close button on the left seems like a violation of one of the UI design rules: Don't Make Me Think.
Could we shift it to the upper-right corner, or was it placed where it was deliberately? If so, what was the reasoning?
Edit: To be clear, I mean the 'close this dialog box' button - the big 'X' in the upper-left corner, no the buttons that allow you to cast a vote. I mean the way to dismiss the box without casting a vote, or after you have cast one and hit the 'close' link again.