When someone has clicked on an entry in an edit history (of deleted edits or of non-deleted edits), and thus is reading one of the edits in that history, it would be useful for him to be able to click once or press a keyboard key and thus step to the previous or next edit of that page as in the edit history which he had clicked on.
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On this page history, you will note that three consecutive edits in February and March 2020 have been redacted out of the history. Okay, I understand that, but now look at this.
- First select an edit a bit earlier (say this one).
- Click on "Next edit →" and it works.
- Click on "Next edit →" again and now you get "You cannot view this diff because one or both of the revisions have been '''removed from the public archives.'''"
- But now click "Next edit →" ''again'', and you get: "One revision of this difference (940771782) was not found" -- and no forward link this time.
This is not helpful. Since three edits were removed, I expected one of two things. (A) The "You cannot view this diff" screen might repeat twice, and then "Next edit →" would take me to this edit -- the next one that I am allowed to see.
Or better yet, (B) on the "You cannot view this diff" screen, instead of a non-useful "Next edit →" link it could have had "Next publicly available edit →", which would take me directly to the above one (or a "Next edit →" link that would have that behavior).