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Related: Increase captcha threshold for post editing

Related: Increase captcha threshold for post editing for 5k users

The captcha often gets to me when I'm editing a lot of posts in rapid succession. I was wondering if at some point you can get enough reputation to not have it interrupt you as much, so I looked on the SO privileges page. However, I didn't see anything there about captcha privileges. Then I dug up the related threads above, which indicate that indeed there are reputation levels at which you can reduce captcha interruption. Why not include this information in the list of benefits on the 10k moderator privileges page?

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+1, that's definitely annoying! – H2CO3 Aug 15 '12 at 8:02
I got them too since a week or two for quick edits. And I have slightly more than 10K... ( So whatever those old questions mentioned about supposed "threshold", something has most certainly changed in the last few week. – VonC Aug 17 '12 at 5:57
Oh, that's what changed: a broken fix:… – VonC Aug 17 '12 at 6:09

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