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A full list of badges with clarifications can be found here: What are the badges I can earn on each site, and what are the exact criteria for earning each badge?, but let me answer your specific questions: Shouldn't this description be "First bounty you manually award on another person's question's answer"? That's Altruist, and the description is ...


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As Daniel Fischer explained you can 'manually' go to the full-edit page by accessing http://math.stackexchange.com/posts/<postid>/edit Another way to get to the full-edit page is via the revisions page of the post and selecting "edit" there in the header of the most recent revision (or also the revision which one wants to with). However, if the goal ...


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The specific problem seems to have been resolved by helpful intervention of amWhy. For future reference, to undo an edit go to the revision history of the post, this is the link in the middle of the post; it is only visible if there was an edit already. (I'll make sure that there is one for this post.) Then, scroll to the version you want to restore, ...


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Before you rollback, consider the fact that your edit may have taught the OP something no matter what. So even if the question is still going to be put on hold and/or deleted, I wouldn't recommend a rollback unless you think your edit actually made the question worse. Now what you can always do is vote to close the question (unless you voted to close it ...


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