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This should be fixed now. I had reversed the logic in a ternary. Thank you for finding it!


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Allowing folks who've learned to edit on one site to do so with less friction on other sites is a really good idea. That said, the big show-stopper here is the lack of editing guidance on the inline editor. In particular, site-specific items such as MathJax help would never be seen by folks who garnered sufficient reputation on a site without them, if the ...


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This will be fixed in the next build. No need to thank us for this super-speedy fix!


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I have good news and bad news. The bad news is that this has been the case for a very long time so long as you had inline editing privileges. The good news is that I'm pushing a fix to this for us inline editors. Should be live in rev 2014.4.4.2136 on meta and 2014.4.4.1527 elsewhere.


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Yeah - there was an issue with the postId not being found by some JavaScript. I have rectified the issue and the heart will keep on beating, for FireFox and other browsers, starting in the next build.


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There is actually no check for the reputation level in the inline editor, so I made a simple script which allows you to edit inline regardless of reputation (doesn't even require to be logged in), which I already posted on Stack Apps. // ==UserScript== // @name Always Edit Inline // @version 1.0 // @description Adds an ability to lauch inline ...


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Fix is going out with build rev 2014.1.12.2812 on meta and 2014.12.1.2056 on sites.


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