Last modified: 2009-12-02 14:34:20 UTC
1. An overall description of the bug
When viewing the history page at the URL above, clicking on "500" results in a list of 500 changes, with no "Older" link available, even though older revisions exist.
2. Steps to reproduce
When logged in (as Bsoo), going to the history page lists 500 results immediately due to my account setting. There is no "Older" link. Clicking on the oldest entry (bottom of list),
reveals a clickable "← Previous revision" link, i.e. yet older revisions exist. Note that when logged in I am in Wikipedia Beta.
When logged off, steps to reproduce bug is same, except user would click on "500" first. When I tested this, I am NOT in Wikipedia Beta.
3. Expected result
One would expect to see "Older" links available.
4. Actual result
No "Older" links. Page displayed as if it contained the entire history (it didn't).
5. Additional information
Forgot to add that I tested this in IE7 also.
There aren't more revisions. The bug is that edit history is sorted by timestamp whereas the order when viewing diffs is determined by revision id.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 2930 ***