Tech:Tick for Mark as patrolled

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I am an admin at the Swedish version of Wikitravel. Sometimes new users make many updates to one page and I have checked all of them. If I every time I want to mark a page as patrolled oush that button I will have to go back to the recent changes page to find the next change of the same page. Why not instead have a function where I can either tick boxes at the Recent changes page and mark them all as patrolled at once, or just like an admin can reset a whole series of changes, also have a link at the last change page saying "patroll all changes to this page" or something similar. I hope I am making myself clear. Please, let me know if you don't understand what I want. Maybe this should only be available to admins. Akteacher 12:53, 15 September 2008 (EDT)

Go to "preferences" then "Recent changes". Check "Enhanced recent changes" and "Save". Then multiple edits to one page are aggregated into one line in RecentChanges and the line has a "(x changes)" link (unless it includes the first revision of the page). Click the link and you can mark those edits as patrolled at once. --Episteme 15:49, 4 November 2008 (EST)