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This is a pretty simple one. Pressing the backspace key (my preferred method of going back a page), while on the edit page of a review, leaves the review queue.

The expected behavior is that I will return to the review I was just on, instead of exiting.

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This is actually the case for all inline-editing on the site, not just via review.

While perhaps unexpected, I'm not sure there's a straightforward solution. Most of the page stays intact, while only the post is replaced with the edit UI. As for whether this constitutes a new browser history state, it seems borderline.

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Fair enough. It'd be tricky to add a new browser state - and after all, it's just one key. I'll change. – Emrakul Jan 18 '13 at 1:43

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