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Empty titles in new answers to questions more than 30 days old

Some suggested edits don't really show a link to the actual post they've been proposed on.


How do I get to the actual question/answer context? Isn't there supposed to be at least a linked title of the question, as per this request?

There's no link whatsoever. In fact, some entries in /tools/suggested-edits link to the post, others don't. When I click "approved" or "rejected" on those, I can't see a link.

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I think something's wrong there: There should always be a way of getting to the post itself. I think the pattern is that edits suggested by anonymous don't have that link, whereas it works on all others.

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marked as duplicate by Marc Gravell Nov 1 '11 at 14:32

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+1 - I have to say, I just rejected 3-4 edits from a user trying to spam a product, and, I had trouble trying to locate the actual question it was proposed on.. The whole UI isn't really that easy to use/understand imho. – William Hilsum Nov 1 '11 at 12:24
Thanks; fixing now (same bug as affected a number of areas) – Marc Gravell Nov 1 '11 at 14:32
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This was my fault - missed a title render case during a refactor. It will be deployed shortly.

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