Seem that if I try and upvote more than one comment too fast I get the warning about having to wait five seconds, or if I leave a comment I have to wait fifteen seconds between them. Why doesn't the suggested edits queue put a similar wait on clicking through on "approve" clicks? Looks like you can easily just click away (intentionally or accidentally) and rapidly approve suggested edits without any kind of limit.
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There should be already a delay when reviewing suggested edits too fast. In I see the posts I review more than once, one of the developers says:
There isn't a dialog box that appears when you click on the buttons too quickly, but the buttons are enabled with a delay.
When I review posts, the delay is noticeable. I cannot click any of the buttons too quickly. The delay is less than 5 seconds, and it is probably enough for avoiding I review too much posts (basing on the criteria they used for "too much reviewed posts").
I believe there is...?
When I move from one review to the next, the option buttons at the top of the screen are greyed out briefly before I am actually able to click them.