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I like the addition of the "Improve" button in the review edits page. However, sometimes I only think of improving a post after choosing to accept/reject. Currently there is no way to do this other than waiting for the edit to be accepted/rejected and when there are <5 edits in the queue this can take a while.

Is there a workaround for this, or can this be added?

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Yes, this is a problem. Another example: I voted to reject a trivial edit, here. Later I wanted to edit the question to remove an inappropriate tag (elisp). I fell into the same gotcha. Had I noticed the tag when I reviewed the edit, I would have removed it then. Too late. Now I'll forget to come back after the review is ended and remove the tag... – Drew Mar 16 at 16:39

You can still edit by visiting the edit link manually: As I write, this starts from the suggested version, but will merge the suggestion with your edit, reject the suggestion and not credit the suggester. Use with care.

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That doesn't work for me:… – assylias May 25 '12 at 8:23
@assylias What doesn't work for you? The URL in your comment isn't like either of the URLs in my answer. – Gilles May 25 '12 at 9:29
I had appended /edit?improve=true to a question - I got it now - thanks. – assylias May 25 '12 at 9:33

Right now this is .

If it is a worthwhile post, I am sure it will be voted upon pretty fast, otherwise, bring it up in SE chat.

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