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Someone edited a comment that I made. Is there a way for me to see what change was made?

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No, there is no edit history on comments.

AFAIK only diamond moderators can edit other people's comments, and such editing is rare; it is only done if there is rude or offensive content in the comment, or occasionally for a minor spelling or grammatical fix.

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Correct: Moderators can edit any comments at any time. This action is logged and visible in that moderator's user history to other moderators. It will also show the pencil icon. Also, I am a princess on a pretty pony. – Arjan Mar 31 '11 at 21:51
I wish I knew why mine was edited, but I'll survive without having my curiosity satisfied. (For all I know, I was the one who edited it and forgot having done so. It was a long night spent brushing and brading my unicorn's tail. Pretty pretty tail hair.) – espertus Mar 31 '11 at 23:20

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