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I stumbled upon an edit which IMHO deleted a little bit too much: http://stackoverflow.com/revisions/12740575/2 and wanted to rollback that edit and provide an edit of my own. I want to restore the text "in order to work with multiple classes (ie. fadetwo, fadethree, etc)." because it seems to be relevant for the question.

But I don't see a rollback link. Does that mean that I have too little reputation? Or is this option removed to prevent rollback wars?

Note: When does the "rollback" link appear? does not answer my question! It's about when one sees the rollback link when reviewing, but I am not reviewing this question.

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I see the rollback link on that question, at least if I click on "Return to Revisions" first... Shall I roll it back for you, so you can put in the new changes? –  Mr Lister Oct 5 '12 at 7:10
    
Thank you, this would be nice. Anybody knows why I don't see the rollback link? –  nalply Oct 5 '12 at 7:11
    
OK, it's rolled back. But the ability to roll back comes with editing privileges, yes, at 2000 rep. I'll put that as an answer. –  Mr Lister Oct 5 '12 at 7:14
    
Thank you again! I just made the edits. –  nalply Oct 5 '12 at 7:17
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Yes, if you don't have full editing privileges (at 2000 rep), you don't get the "rollback" links in the revision history.

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