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In the Suggested Edits review queue, if you select Improve and then immediately press save (without making any improvements), this error message appears:

You seem to be improving a post however, you made no changes.

There is a punctuation error. Also, "You seem to be" is unnecessarily verbose, since the software knows for sure that you are improving a post. It should instead be something like

Improving a post requires making changes.

When improving a post, you must make changes.

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Watch out, Jeff might come to your house and bludgeon you with a giant comma. – Chris Laplante Oct 22 '12 at 0:44
@SimpleCoder: Do you mean with U+275C HEAVY SINGLE COMMA QUOTATION MARK ORNAMENT? – Mechanical snail Oct 22 '12 at 1:20
*gasp* That's a thing? Be on the lookout. – Chris Laplante Oct 22 '12 at 1:39
For the uninitiated: Jeff Atwood's Big-S (Pluralization Bug, from The Many Memes of Meta) – Peter Mortensen Sep 25 '13 at 21:50

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