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Okay, okay, now I've seen it. I had to deactivate the Revision Control pgiuln, then try it.Clearly, somebody had a day with nothing to do and decided to put it to good use. A little bit of pointless fun is a great contribution to the psyche of the whole world. Thank you!
Yes, I have 3.4.2 installed. But my Compare bttoun appears only at the bottom, not at the top as your screenshot shows.I do have a plugin installed called Revision Control to limit the number stored, and maybe that is in the way.On the other hand, when I deactivated it, all I got for revisions was a linked list. Something is definitely different from other people's setup.
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