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Oh, sorry everyone. It is a script after all: The Stack Overflow Unofficial Patch (SOUP). I had it installed as an add-on (so it was unaffected by turning Tampermonkey off), and I didn't even realize it was there. Turning it off makes everything look appropriate:


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The edit was suggested by a different account, with low reputation, which was later merged into the high rep user account, as confirmed in this comment by Catija: There was a brief period of time when Jon was using an alternate account and then requested it to be merged. I'm guessing this was suggested by that account. The time stamp here is around that ...


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Since it seems unlikely that this feature request will be considered by the SE team, I thought it might be useful to mention a workaround: STEP 1. Type up the initial version of a tag's wiki and excerpt and hit "Submit", so that one is taken to the tag's info page. STEP 2. Again click on "Edit tag info" — you are taken to the editor, but ...


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In general, you can't undo your review actions. The exceptions are when you can revert the changes your action effected - so, in the case of approving a bad suggested edit, you could rollback the edit. The other option would be to flag for moderator attention and ask them to override the edit. These two actions may sound the same, but they aren't. Rolling ...


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