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I found that I can'y use the Rollback Button on the Recent Changes page to rollback any edits (even right after I just access the Recent Change), so I have to go to the page history to execute the rollback. Can this problem be solved? Thanks. :) -- TX55TALK 02:45, June 4, 2012 (UTC)

Hi TX, What do you mean? You said that the Rollback button works on Recent Changes...? ~ Demise101 ♥ Lets Talk! ♥ Blogs! ~
I think TX meant "can't". Which wiki are we talking about TX? What exactly happens when you try? :) STARFLEET ACADEMY 08:50, June 4, 2012 (UTC)
Isn't it like this function doesn't exist by default on any wikis? I have rollback buttons on page history but never found it on RC. Somehow I would also like to have it.  Cafeinlove msg 2010/10/10, 10:10 (KST) 09:03, June 4, 2012 (UTC)
@Cafe: Actually, this is standard. FYI:Std. Rollback.png This is from a wiki that doesn't have any rollback js hacks. :) STARFLEET ACADEMY 09:11, June 4, 2012 (UTC)
My bad, I confused it with "undo" button. I'm still getting used to work on english wiki so I was not really familiar with that.  Cafeinlove msg 19:13, 2012-06-04 (UTC+9)

(Reset indent) Ah, I see. Well, no sweat! :D STARFLEET ACADEMY 02:04, June 5, 2012 (UTC)

Thanks for the correction. :D
I am on Teletraan 1 the Transformers Wiki. Whenever I hit the [Rollback] on RecentChanges, the page just switches into Rollback Fail page with permission error. So I have to go to the history page to hit the Rollback button. --TX55TALK 00:13, June 11, 2012 (UTC)
That obviously shouldn't happen. Please go to Special:Contact/bug and explain your problem to the Wikia staff. I've never roll-ed-back from RC, so I guess I haven't noticed this bug before if it's global. Does your personal JavaScript have anything that could be affecting this? Say, for example AjaxRC? :)
PS Please always reply at the end of a forum page -- thanks. STARFLEET ACADEMY 02:56, June 11, 2012 (UTC)
Thanks!! Oh, I am used to reply in the middle only if the message is not at the bottom of a talk page. :D --TX55TALK 11:57, June 13, 2012 (UTC)
Depends on the message. If you're replying directly to a message, it's sometimes clearer to indent it on the same level as the message you're replying to, and in the correct position - as it might not make sense in the other discussion. That's what timestamps and indents are for -- RandomTime 13:20, June 13, 2012 (UTC)

The problem is solved. Thanks a lot! ;-D --TX55TALK 01:46, June 28, 2012 (UTC)