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I occasionally review my Low Quality Posts review history, and I like to confirm whether my action was correct/incorrect.

I would like to more easily confirm which posts were deleted. I think an easy addition/change would be to highlight the titles the same as is done in the flagging history. The deleted-answer CSS class is even available in the review history page.

I know that the link (<a>) tag is removed from the title, but that's not always visually easy to distinguish among tens of lines of titles.

Current look:

Low Quality Posts history

Flag history:

Flag history

Suggested look:

Low Quality Posts history suggestion

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You could write a userstyle... – Jan Dvorak Jun 5 '13 at 20:47
@JanDvorak But then I'd be the only one to benefit from that...Good idea, though. Thanks! – Jesse Jun 6 '13 at 1:51

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