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While reading I see a lot of those "An edit has been made to this post, click to update" gray info bars, but unless the change involves adding a chunk of text, I'm not usually perceptive enough to note the change.

I figured that since the actual body of the question/answer is modified, isn't it possible to gently highlight the edits, for example with dotted underlines, strikeouts, or background color changes?

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I don't think it's feasible, but I have wished for the same on several occasions. –  Daniel Fischer Apr 27 '12 at 20:52
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This is already shown in the "revision history", so showing it on the post itself shouldn't be too hard :-P –  Rocket Hazmat Apr 27 '12 at 20:54

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