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A limitation in PM prevented the "keep"/"edit"/"delete" radio buttons from working at the same time as the "Approve"/"Front-page" check boxes (so the presence of the former disabled the latter). I've removed that limitation. This was why earlier today you could try to front-page a considered node but it wouldn't work.

editors can now use the approval nodelet to "unconsider" a node after they've "fixed" it (if it has gotten at least 2 "edit" votes). Update: or at least 4 "keep" votes (to clear out nodes that will never be deleted, and probably shouldn't have been considered in the first place).

Only editors can "approve" (or "front-page") a reaped node. With the overzealous reaping we've been having, I can see a use for the former, but doubt the latter will be used (but I trust editors' judgement) -- presumably to be followed by a one of the gods unreaping the node.

(Plus several holes and minor bugs with considering and unconsidering were fixed.)

        - tye (but my friends call me "Tye")

In reply to (tye)Re: Approval Nodelet Changes by tye
in thread Approval Nodelet Changes by ar0n

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