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Parsing of revisions involving insertion of dollar signs

Extremely niche thing here that hardly affects anyone at all, but seems worth reporting to someone. I was reviewing a suggested edit (number 3 in the revision history) in side-by-side mode. One of ...
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Can not find edit request that I had skipped

I "skipped" a proposed edit in the review on https://physics.stackexchange.com/a/107909/42975 because I was editing myself quite a lot. Now, I want to manually apply the useful fixes from it, but can ...
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Editing tags not allowed because not 6 characters?

I was trying to edit the post "Big Bang Anybody?" by adding a popular-science tag to it.. While until now, even if I didn't edit the body of the post, I could still edit the tags. However, it seems ...
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Edit Suggestion disappeared

An hour or so ago I suggested an edit for this question about heat-conductance in diamonds. When I now browse to said question, I don’t see the block ‘your edit is being reviewed’ anymore, nor does it ...
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Automatic rejection of edit where I only added tags

To my surprise, I tried to add a couple of tags to this question but the edit was automatically rejected with an error message about how the changes must be at least 6 characters long, pointing to the ...
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When it comes to the Suggested Edits queue, what would you consider a healthy ratio of accept-to-reject?

Some data first. As of today, there have been 27636 suggested edits: 23490 have been approved, 4146 have been rejected, 6873 were improved. The top 20 reviewers have the following stats: What do ...
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Thanks to let me write “lagrangian” in lowercase

Thank you for your attempt to edit my post better, and I appreciate every edit you make. However please keep in mind that I intentionally use lagrangian, not Lagrangian. I know that Lagrangian is ...