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Link in a suggested edit show up as such:

You can't even tell that it is a link. It isn't obvious until you mouseover the text and even then, you can miss it really easily:


I've rejected a couple edits because it wasn't apparent that the user had added a link. Can we make this more obvious in the queue? Maybe make the text blue and add a highlight? Like this:

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On one hand this might indeed help but on the other hand it's up to the one suggesting to make it clear what he/she have done e.g. "added a link" then you can look more closely in the changes. – Shadow Wizard Jul 31 '12 at 7:00
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Whenever I come across edits like that that where the change is not immediately clear to me, I check the markdown diff too. There are two options for comparing changes for a reason. :-) – Martijn Pieters Jul 31 '12 at 7:55
    
@MartijnPieters Oh. I didn't think about that, but thanks for pointing it out. – daviesgeek Jul 31 '12 at 17:09

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