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I find the approval nodelet to be most useful because inter alia it has the full link to the current node already in the [id://...] form all on a line and not as an hyperlink, so that I can double-click-select it and paste it when composing posts (using Firefox under X, that is), which cannot be said of the hyperlinked entry in the "header".

Unfortunately nodes for which {approval,moderation} is not sensible do not have that nodelet and hyperlinking such nodes is (admittedly only) slightly more complex. So I wonder wether an option could be added so as to turn on the approval nodelet on all nodes, of course with its fields disabled where they would not make sense.

PS: I'm aware of the tip at the bottom of How do I link to a node on this site by number?, but that is not quite what I'd like...


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