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I remember when someone edited my post, I could see what edits were made and if necessary roll them back. Now, it seems to be gone. Did it move somewhere else?

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When not using in-line editing, I see it on the edit page:

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Note the box in the top-right corner which states if you select an older revision and save, it rolls back the post.

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  • I do not get that. I click on the Edit link under my post and do not get the Rev dropdown. It's strange. – dotnetN00b Jun 17 '12 at 20:22
  • Ahhh, I see what you mean by in-line editing. I have to click the link next to "edited". Thanks. – dotnetN00b Jun 17 '12 at 20:57
  • I'm sure there's a way to do it with in-line editing, but I don't have actual edit permissions on any site, so I can't check. – Troyen Jun 17 '12 at 21:45
  • @Troyen I've got edit permissions, but I can't see a dropdown (or any other way of doing it) using inline editing (i.e. left clicking on the "edit" button). I can see that dropdown if I right click on the "edit" button and click "open link in new tab". The other way is to click "rollback" in the revisions page (as noted by dotnetN00b). – cypher Jun 17 '12 at 23:55
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As you and cypher stated in a comment to Troyen’s answer, there are links labeled “edit” and “rollback” in the revisions page.

Another (hack-ish) way to reach the non-inline edit page is by opening the “Edit” link in a new tab or window.

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