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Adding a tickbox to only show the edits that are the most recent[edit]

G'day, I do frequent the recent changes page a fair bit but am always manually checking if the listed edits have a [rollback] tag as around 90%+ edits that are not the most recent are because they have already been reverted / resolved. Can this become an actual function to enable to hide non-current edits? I feel it would be useful for other edittors without Rollback permissions or another alternative — IVORK Discuss 04:29, 1 March 2018 (UTC)

Click 'diff' or 'hist' to open in a new tab please[edit]

I've been monitoring Recent Changes for some time now, and I would really welcome not having to right-click either 'diff' or 'hist' each time to get the results to display in a new tab. A simple mouse click ought to do it. It seems very unlikely that editors reviewing Recent Changes would want to intentionally leave that page, only to return and wait for their settings to reload after each check. So a simple click to open either a new tab or a new widow would be a very welcome enhancement to the interface. Nick Moyes (talk) 23:09, 10 June 2018 (UTC)  

  • Support, but for the time being you can middle click on a mouse to open any link in a new tab. Yeenosaurus (talk) 🍁 04:46, 22 June 2018 (UTC)