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I'm not sure if my edit for this question has been placed in a queue or not.

Upon editing, I get redirected to http://unix.stackexchange.com/posts/46504/edit-submit/bc241b24-1714-4d34-993b-e11e7743eef2

which says "Page not found".

Looking at the original question, I don't see the usual

Thanks for your edit! This edit will be visible only to you until it is peer reviewed.

or my changes. However, the edit link is grayed out, with tooltip Another edit has already been suggested.

Could this situation arise if another low-rep user suggests an edit during my editing process? If so, it would be nice if this was handled with something more graceful than a 404...

Note: An edit from another low-rep user has just appeared.

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I got this bug too; it happened to me after I improved a suggested edit and it was approved while I was improving it. – Ryan O'Hara Aug 28 '12 at 18:44

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