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Have a toogle button to enable "enhanced" RC (instead of appending "enhanced=1" to the URL)
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Special:RecentChanges shows changes grouped by page.

I want the option to show all changes in chronological order not grouped by the page, but one line one change.

It is important for me to easily enough locate erroneous changes (which may sometimes be neither the first nor the last change for a particular page, and so are difficult to locate among other changes of a page).

I want single mouse click to view the diff for a change, not traversing substructures.

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Restricted Application added subscribers: Zppix, Aklapper. · View Herald TranscriptJun 11 2016, 7:21 PM

Oh well, this (what I need) happens if I disable JavaScript in my browser.

But there should be a better way to do this.

I see that there is an option in "Preferences/Recent Changes".

But I want to do it with an option on the RecentChanges page itself, without going to preferences every time I need to ungroup or group related changes.

I think this was just a case of disabling the enhanced recent changes option in preferences. Please check.

Ah, I saw we posted at the same time. Agreed this could be easier to find/do. Maybe we could use JS to add a button to enable/disable it, since it's a JS-only feature.

Krenair renamed this task from Feature: Option to show changes not grouped to Make it easier to toggle enhanced RC.Jun 11 2016, 9:06 PM

You can append enhanced=0/enhanced=1 to the url.

You can append enhanced=0/enhanced=1 to the url.

@VictorPorton : Is that sufficient?

@Aklapper I want a link or a button switching the mode, without manually editing the URL (and remembering how to do it).

Aklapper renamed this task from Make it easier to toggle enhanced RC to Have a toogle button to enable "enhanced" RC (instead of appending "enhanced=1" to the URL).Mar 24 2017, 9:49 AM
Restricted Application added a project: Collaboration-Team-Triage. · View Herald TranscriptMar 24 2017, 9:49 AM