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Changes to hyperlinks are not easily distinguished in the suggested edit diffs.

This is particularly a problem when links are added - when a user updates or adds a link in an edit, I like to view/follow it to make sure it's valid.

However, to know if they added a link, I've got to hover my mouse over all of their edits to see if the link-indicating blue line appears under the text. This is not ideal.

This was apparently fixed a while ago? Perhaps it's come back.

Y U NO DISTINGUISH LINKS?

Feature request: Visually identify links that are in green or red suggested edit blocks.

Supplementary request: Show the actual link href diff (if it changed) without requiring us to hover over it and view it in our browser's status bar.

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