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I'm referring to the Invalid Edit choice in wiki edits' rejection modal. While this is appropriate for the questions/answers edit suggestions, it can not be applied to wikis as there aren't normally existing posts there.

This is especially redundant with the availability of Wiki not helpful radio button present there, which brings me to another request.

Shouldn't the wiki not helpful choice be first or second in the list?

here goes the pic, mkay?

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Also "radical edit" IMO. Who cares if the edit changes the entire original post as long as the edit is better/ more accurate than the original? Tag Wiki's aren't owned by the original author. – Martin Smith Mar 11 '13 at 8:21
The one reason you specified that an Invalid Edit doesn't apply to a wiki is incorrect - wiki entries can indeed have invalid edits. – slugster Mar 11 '13 at 11:34

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