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How do I undo a change?

The watchlist (see How do I track changes made to a page?) allows you to keep track of all edits to pages of your choosing. We all make mistakes and sometimes might regret an edit. Spammers can also cause trouble. Thanks to the nature of the wiki, it is easy to view all edits and undo them if necessary.

If you want to see the latest edits to a page, click the tab View history in the top right next to the star. For each edit, the following pieces of information are available:

  • cur: link for showing the difference between this edit and the current revision
  • prev: link for showing the difference between this edit and the previous revision
  • the radio buttons allow to select two specific revisions for comparison
  • the date of the edit
  • the nickname of the person responsible for the edit alongside links to their talk page and list of contributions
  • the letter m indicates that the author considered the edit to be a minor one (it is then omitted from certain lists)
  • the size of the page in bytes
  • the size of the edit in bytes (positive or negative)
  • the summary provided by the author explaining the reason for the edit
  • undo : link for undoing the edit

In your watchlist you find the latest edits to pages you monitor. Click on the link Watchlist in the topmost navigation section of the wiki. For each recently modified page, you find these pieces of information:

  • the date of the edit
  • a black triangle indicates that a page was edited multiple times on the specific date. Clicking on the triangle expands the detailed list of edits
  • the letter m indicates that the author considered the edit to be a minor one (it is then omitted from certain lists)
  • the time of the edit
  • the name of the page
  • cur: link for showing the difference between this edit and the current revision
  • hist: link for showing the full revision history for the page
  • the size of the edit in bytes (positive or negative)
  • the nickname of the person responsible for the edit alongside links to their talk page and list of contributions
  • the summary provided by the author explaining the reason for the edit