That sounds like a great idea. "LVR" is probably fine as the link
text; it isn't obvious what it means, but you just click on it to find
One issue: how would the watchlist store the "last visited revision"?
A revision doesn't get a version number until it isn't the most recent
one anymore. A hackish way to work around that limitation is to have
the watchlist store the version number of the ''previous'' revision.
I don't know what to do if LVR is the first version of the page.
Another idea: have the link greyed out in the case where there's only
been one revision since LVR, since then it's just the same as "diff".
On Sat, 26 Feb 2005 20:58:50 +0100, Thomas Gries <mail(a)tgries.de> wrote:
It is, that I proposed to introduce *one new link* for
watched pages, which are currently marked in bold. The current screens
show the links (diff) (hist) and I propose to introduce a thrid one:
(diff-to-LVR) LVR = last visited revision.