# Is there a way to 'undo' a mistaken review?

A few minutes ago, I rejected a tag wiki edit (which didn't match the comment) as too minor (a one character change), and seconds after I did so realized that I had made a mistake, since it turns out that one character change will matter a lot.

I assume that this answer applies also to other votes, including this one, but thought it was worth asking.

It'll be in the suggested edit review queue; I suppose sooner or later it'll get enough approves and go through, but it would be nice to now if there's a way to undo my error.

Edit: It looks like it ended up rejected; I have fixed it by repeating the change (but at least the comment now clearly explains why it was changed)

• I have made such mistakes. Most of the time I can rescue them by backtracking through the Web browser, recovering (hopefully) the original suggestion and implementing it. – whuber Nov 5 '13 at 18:32