--- Comment #6 from Bawolff <> 2010-09-27 11:42:17 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #4)
> Re: steps taken.  The FlaggedRevs extension adds extra bits to the history, 
> and
> some extra UI to diff pages.  One typical review flow involves:
> 1.  Go to the list of pages with pending changes (Special:OldReviewedPages)
> 2.  Click "review" on one of the pages.  This action actually has the same
> effect as requesting a diff between the latest accepted revision, and the
> latest revision
> 3.  Either "accept" the revision, or (in the next version), "reject" it
> Any diff page is actually a potential review page under Pending Changes.
> Full details here:

Stupid question, when I am reviewing stuff on enwikinews (which i recognize has
a slightly different set up then 'pedia) and click the [review] link from
special:oldreviewedpages I get a diff between the current version and the
stable version, with the most recent version of the page (which is in parser
cache from what i understand) displayed underneath. At what point does an old
revision get displayed to the user?

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