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Tom V
completed feature-request planned
As it is now, the edit history of a post shows the versions of the post after one another without any clear indication what changed.

For example, I edited this question: [Re-importing questions fails ungracefully](https://topanswers.xyz/question-history?id=347) fixing 2 typos (I believe) but to someone reviewing the edit it's not clear at all what has been changed of if I have introduced typos or errors.

Even for a short post like this you need to really concentrate hard to spot the changes, and in a longer post I think it's easy to miss changes which could lead to errors being introduced in edits that go unnoticed.

Not extremely high on the priority list of course and it doesn't need to be a fancy side-by-side comparison either.
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Caleb
The post change history page is actually now (as of sometime in the last couple days) showing diff highlighting to the previes revision so you can see what changed. The effect is pretty subtle, but added text gets a green highlight, removed gets a red, etc.

What I see for this post:

![2019-12-06_10-14.png](/image?hash=8599a69820b2bd358d36fa166a38bac22d4233dcf15155363b4724bb4086bd0f)
Provide an visual indication of changes in edit history
Jack Douglas
@Tom I've changed the status to 'planned' because I think it would be helpful to make the highlighting more obvious, thanks for bring this up.
Tom V
@Caleb Thanks, It's subtle enough so I didn't see it. I overlooked the green on grey
Caleb
@Tom As the owner of that post it was actually clear to me what you changed because I saw the change highlighting. You added an `l` and a `n` at appropriate places, thank you ;-)