This may seem like a ghost edit: https://es.stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/51233 (SOes).

It turns out the tag matemáticas was added as a suggested edit, but it was rendered as:

diff missing in tag matemáticas

when it should have been:

tag highlighted in green

The DOM inspector shows:

<a href="/questions/tagged/matem%c3%a1ticas" class="post-tag" title="" rel="tag">matemáticas</a>

missing the <span class="diff-add"> it should have had:

<a href="/questions/tagged/matem%c3%a1ticas" class="post-tag" title="" rel="tag"><span class="diff-add">matemáticas</span></a>
<!--                                                                             ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^           ^^^^^^^ -->

I found out this is happening on all tags with diacritics: (*this is enabled on a per-site basis)

  1. Diff working in the body, failing with tags:
    https://es.stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/18543 (SOes)

  2. Two tags added, only the "ASCII" tag is highlighted:
    https://es.stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/20105 (SOes)

  3. Diff works as expected on /revisions (no-repro here):
    https://es.stackoverflow.com/posts/197/revisions (SOes)

  4. Reproduced on different sites:

  5. This doesn't seem to be an issue with Russian characters:
    https://ru.stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/174038 (RU.SO)

  • I originally posted on MSOes (es.meta.stackoverflow.com/q/2234/127) but I thought it should live here.
    – Mariano
    Jun 26, 2017 at 15:17
  • Just curios. What is the meaning of Rechazar ? Is it Reject? Jun 26, 2017 at 15:40
  • @SagarV yes, it was rejected with the comment "no improvement whatsoever".
    – Mariano
    Jun 26, 2017 at 15:43

1 Answer 1


This seems to have been fixed somewhere in the past:

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See how "matemáticas" is highlighted, while it was not in the image of the question. That is, the element has now a <span class="diff-add"> which did not have before.

I checked the rest of the links given in the question. All of them are working well.

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