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It sounds like a good idea, but... I presume that when I reply to a node (like now), when I hit "submit" I'm brought to the new node I created. At which point, I see a stupid typo, and edit it, and see another stupid typo and edit it again, etc. It would be silly for those two stupid edits to show up on the "Editted Nodes" list.

Could we have a way to preview nodes before creating them, as well as an Editted Nodes list?

In reply to RE: Add Editted Nodes To Newest Nodes by BlaisePascal
in thread Add Editted Nodes To Newest Nodes by mt2k

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