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Editors can instantly reject suggested edits without leaving a trace in the revision history

As @Sonic notes, this has been fixed now. Except that there is another related situation. I'll post it here since it has some legitimate uses: when you accidentally approved a suggested edit and want ...
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Is there a way to separately view edits made to own posts and edits made to others' posts?

If you don't care about the results being up to one week old, you can use the Stack Exchange Data Explorer. Here are two queries, one for others' posts and one for your own posts. If you ever get ...
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Should "thank you" be edited out as noise on meta sites or is it considered generally acceptable?

I think "thank you" is noise most of the time and should at least be rephrased. I don't mind seeing it in a post on rare occasions but if it becomes too frequent it quickly starts feeling ...
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Should "thank you" be edited out as noise on meta sites or is it considered generally acceptable?

I think Meta sites often relax the guidelines that apply to Main sites too much, even though a small element of relaxation is harder too avoid on Meta sites. The strength of Main site guidelines on ...
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Should "thank you" be edited out as noise on meta sites or is it considered generally acceptable?

My two cents: I wouldn't have edited it out, but it's probably not worth my time to engage in a rollback war. And I'm pretty consistent in removing fluff from posts (except for a few communities where ...
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How should "rich text" (format? RTF?) be stylized?

Rich text, on its own, is just another way of saying formatted text, whereas Rich Text Format (RTF) is specifically a type of file format. They are two different things, AFAIK. All the examples from ...
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