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I edited an answer to fix the punctuation, and I have noticed the revision page shows a change that is not the real one.

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Watching it, it seems I changed the text from "requires the rules modulethough" to "requires the Rules module, though" when I changed it from "requires the rules module though."

The difference shown for the Markdown source is more correct than the difference shown for the rendered output, even though it shows I deleted module to add modules, when I just added a comma after module.

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I noticed such edits lately and wondered about that; didn't bother to check deeper though so well done! :) – Shadow Wizard Oct 29 '12 at 13:59
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I just stumbled over this bug report; I fixed this issue a few months later. See Diff removes a space when it shouldn't for a detailed explanation of the issue and the fix.

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