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Hi Chrisbra, welcome to the Vim Tips wiki! Thanks for your edit to the File:Undo tree.vim.png page. It's always great to see new contributors. This is an automated message; somebody may drop a message for you here in the next day or two with any comments or suggestions, but until then keep up the good work, and don't be afraid to be bold!
Thanks for reverting those recent vandalisms. I just allocated you the rollback right to make that a little easier. After checking the diff and deciding the changes were bad, you can click "rollback" (an extra link next to the most recent edit). That removes all consecutive edits by the same IP or user with a standard edit summary. On the other hand, the fact that you see the rollback link can be a little irritating (and somewhat easy to hit accidentally), so if you don't want it please reply here). JohnBeckett 03:53, November 1, 2011 (UTC)
- Thanks, let me try how I get around with that Chrisbra 06:39, November 1, 2011 (UTC)
WOW. Good use of your new rights for this nonsense:
Did you get through all 103 of the edits on the list?
If so, did you find some way to do a "batch rollback", or did you need to do each page manually?
--Fritzophrenic 17:54, November 8, 2011 (UTC)
- I noticed this nonsense, when he made changes to one of the pages, I am watching, so using the rollback permission I got recently, I manually rolled back each change as it happened (well almost...). Still, several clicks were neccessary. Chrisbra 20:03, November 8, 2011 (UTC)