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I revised my question with an updated body and made it CW. It now shows a link that reads "3 revisions" but when you click on it, you see only 2.

I am guessing that moving it to CW is an implicit revision that's hidden?

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If you made the change within the 5 minute grace period, it won't show up in the revision history.

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That could be what happened (I can't remember if I edited it within the 5-minute window or not!). In any case, if it's not showing in the revision history, I'd argue it shouldn't show up in the count either... – Michael Haren Oct 16 '09 at 17:31
    
I agree, but take a look at this question. meta.stackexchange.com/questions/26199/… If the count wasn't accurate, users wouldn't really have an idea of how far off the auto-wiki is. – Brandon Oct 16 '09 at 17:36

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