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Test edit to test rollbacks stuff


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    Yikes, stern message! No promoting going on ... only that in the windowsphone stackexchange this tag [windowsphone.com] wasn't allowed through so I needed/wanted to find out if this was global to stackexchange or unique to windowsphone.stackexchange (the latter if you're interested). I figured I could test it on a genuine post in the main gardening site - and roll it straight back, or else I could try the sandbox in meta.gardening and if I forgot to roll it back (as indeed I did) it wouldn't matter... as if I'd vandalize this site!!! – Tea Drinker May 29 '12 at 8:24
  • @TeaDrinker Oops :) Well, I didn't think you'd do it intentionally, but I was concerned because there was no context to it (e.g., you could've left a note in the edit message) and there wasn't a rollback either. Since the question requests not to add random tags, I was concerned if you went bersek or your account got hacked! :) Sorry about the confusion. My apologies — Ι probably should've been discreet in talking to you about it. I've removed the comments so I don't libel you anymore :) – Lorem Ipsum May 29 '12 at 14:33
  • @TeaDrinker To answer your question on why "windowsphone" couldn't be added on that site — Tags which are redundant on a site cannot be added. For example, you cannot add "gardening" to any question on our main site. In addition to these, they also block any site that is frequently spammed (either here or elsewhere on the network). To see our blacklisted input, look here: gardening.stackexchange.com/admin/blacklist – Lorem Ipsum May 29 '12 at 14:36
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  • ‍‍‍‍‍Wrong.‍‍‍‍ – J. Musser Oct 25 '14 at 21:20
  • Oh, fun, no limit. :) – J. Musser Oct 25 '14 at 21:21

sedum in new home closeup of plant

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  • Testing to see if I can make the edit shortcut say editing. I need to edit my question because edit (hoping it will say editing) will improve it. Unfortunately it didn't work! – Sue Sep 2 '15 at 15:49
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Gibberish is welcome Gibberish is welcome Gibberish is welcome

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    Thank you! - <mr. gibberish> – J. Musser Feb 10 '16 at 6:30

This is test number 2 test number 2.

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Thanks for your edit!
This edit will be visible only to you until it is peer reviewed. Just kidding, your edit was horrible, and nobody cared enough to accept it.

Testing different ways to embed links to learn the fewest number of characters necessary.

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Link to entire question

Link to number with / on the end

Link to site/number/ without the word questions This one didn't work. All others did.

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size of plant

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