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I suggest leaving a comment about it. The OP might have reasons for doing it a certain way, and since changing it isn't critical, leaving a comment lets the OP take a look at it and see if there was a …
answered Sep 30 '11 by waiwai933
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This is currently not possible. A single rejected edit will not penalize you, but note that having too many rejected edits in a short period will block you from suggesting any more edits for a few days. If you wish to see this feature, you may wish to add a feature-request tag to this question. …
answered Feb 28 '11 by waiwai933
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This restriction applies only to suggested edits. If you have 2000 reputation or more on a site, or you are editing your own post, you have full edit capabilities and are not bound by this … restriction. In other words, for the sites where you're seeing this limit, you have never had this ability previously because you had under 2000 reputation. Why is this? All suggested edits must be approved by …
answered Feb 6 '11 by waiwai933
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It was actually in the original revision text, but SO strips out certain HTML tags for safety reasons.
answered Jul 20 '11 by waiwai933
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Possible Duplicate: Edit timestamp screws up when the last editor is deleted A user edited one of my posts, then subsequently had his account deleted. However, on the actual question, the l …
asked Dec 24 '10 by waiwai933
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I just had somebody edit my answer specifically so they could change their upvote to a downvote. Is this a valid tactic? It seems incredibly disrespectful and rude. Yes. He upvoted you be …
answered Jul 22 '10 by waiwai933
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providing bare bone answer (just to put other people off) and nail-polish it within next 20 edits; Known as the Fastest Gun in the West, this is acceptable SE behavior. per question/per post edit … be done to make an answer better? Remember, after a certain number of edits, answers become Community Wiki anyway and reputation is no longer earned. …
answered Apr 21 '11 by waiwai933
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It counts as being accepted by the Community♦ user.
answered May 12 '11 by waiwai933
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In your case, I don't think the title should have been changed and I support your rollback. That said, it is sometimes OK to change a post title because: the original title is unclear the original …
answered May 31 '10 by waiwai933
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Existing votes are not affected by edits. …
answered Sep 29 '10 by waiwai933
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faq-proposed is for the Community maintained FAQ that is stored here at MSO under the faq tag. faq-update-request is for updates to the basic FAQ located at /faq for all sites, such as here. Your qu …
answered Jul 9 '11 by waiwai933
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No, but that's what CW is for — when it's no longer the work of a single author, but a result of the effort of multiple community members. Given how much the post has changed, community wiki is the ri …
answered Feb 14 '11 by waiwai933
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The Copy Editor badge (and related badges) do not count edits you made to your own posts. …
answered Mar 7 '11 by waiwai933
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What actually appears to be happening is the order of the tags is changing. That's correct. Tags are reordered each time a post is edited to ensure that tags are ordered from most uses to least …
answered Mar 20 '11 by waiwai933
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CW is not an option for high-rep users because it is a one-way path: once a post becomes Community Wiki, it cannot be reversed except by the Stack Overflow Internet Services, Inc. team; not even diamo …
answered Jul 16 '10 by waiwai933