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For this review, I clicked "Reject and Edit" and found that the post was edited while I was in the middle of editing (only after I finished editing did I find out the edit was approved). However, after I finished the edit, I found something rather fishy:

0 approved and rejected?!

As you can see, the stats on that particular review seem to show that I have neither approved nor rejected any reviews at all, though that's very much untrue (for example, this review shows 713 approved and 860 rejected as of this post).

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The bug appears to be that the actual reviewer in case of "Reject and Edit" is the Community account, as can be see clearly here:

In case of the specific review you linked to, it's an edge case where you submitted the edit after the edit was already approved, so you didn't really review it.

  • I don't know about it being an "edge case." Twice now it's happened to me on Physics (a, b) without any other reviewers involved. – Kyle Kanos Feb 2 '15 at 15:47
  • @Kyle good point. Guess the bug is more severe than I first thought then! – Shadow Wizard Feb 2 '15 at 15:57

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