I occasionally vote to close a question because I believe it was "resolved in a manner unlikely to help future readers". Often enough others agree that the question does get closed.
A recent example is a question where a user asked why a feature introduced in version N of Vim wasn't working in a version of Vim later than N, only to realise in the comments that they actually were using a version of Vim earlier than N.
So this is all working correctly, except the full text of the close reason is:
This question was caused by a problem that can no longer be reproduced or a simple typographical error. While similar questions may be on-topic here, this one was resolved in a manner unlikely to help future readers.
This, more specific, reason often doesn't technically apply, but it's still the closest reason from the current list.
I therefore propose changing the text of the close reason.
I'm open to improvements, but as a starting point, how about simply:
This question was resolved in a manner unlikely to help future readers.
Or if we wanted to include the existing requirements:
This question was resolved in a manner unlikely to help future readers. (It can no longer be reproduced, or was caused by a simple typographical error, etc.)