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I've used up my 20 "review pending edits" for the day.

I see an error that I'd like to fix -- which I can do without review -- but there is a pending edit on the question. The engine locks me out from editing that question, telling me I've used up my edit reviews for the day.

I can still edit to my heart's content on other questions without pending edits, though.

Bug? By design?

EDIT: I clicked on the Edit link from the main question's page. I did not run across this question in the review queue. I didn't see an "Improve" link at all, but I might have missed it.

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I think you can still click "improve" to bypass the review limit. – Adam Lear Jun 4 '13 at 23:04
Thanks Anna. Please see my edit. – John Jun 4 '13 at 23:07
Hrm. Maybe I'm wrong then. Clicking "edit" on a question with a pending suggested edit should bring up an overlay that looks basically the same as what you'd see in the review queue. – Adam Lear Jun 4 '13 at 23:11
Yes, that's what happened, and I couldn't do anything with that question. (Which was frustrating, because someone had rejected exactly the edit I was going to make as "too minor." Grrrr ... :) ) – John Jun 4 '13 at 23:17

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