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I was reviewing some first posts, and I decided to fix a typo in one of them.

This post had one suggested edit in the queue, so editing it brought up the edit review page. The edit didn't fix the typo, so I went to improve it.

After I fixed the typo, I found myself at the next item of the suggested edits review queue, rather than back among the first posts.

I think that you ought to stay in the queue you were browsing in such a situation, and be able to complete your original review.

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I think that you ought to stay in the queue that you're browsing in such a situation. -- Why? – Robert Harvey Dec 14 '12 at 17:17
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@RobertHarvey Because the user is getting moved from one context(the first post review) to another(suggested edit review queue). this is unexpected behavior for the user. – Sam I am Dec 14 '12 at 17:23
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Oh, I see. That is weird. – Robert Harvey Dec 14 '12 at 17:23

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