Rollback is a reverse engineered version of the usergroup action, allowing you to rollback pages whether you are in the usergroup or not.

It will not take precedence over conventional rollback if the user already has the permission.


Wikis may not allow the usage of this script. If you are an administrator on a wiki and want to disable the script, you should create an abuse filter which prevents users rollbacking without being in the usergroup. This could be achieved by checking if the user is in a corresponding group with the right (e.g. rollback, sysop, VSTF) when an edit summary is "Reverted edits by". Or you can set window.RollbackWikiDisable to true in your wiki's JS.

Change log (version 1)

11 August 2017
  • Force edits to be marked as minor
10 August 2017
  • Fix long term bug where it will simply change the last author the page, not the user who the rollback link belongs to
  • Added i18n
16 September 2016
  • Shorter summary available for users with long names
27 August 2016
  • Remove rollback link after clicking
27 March 2016
  • Contributions fixed
  • More accurate placement
12 March 2016
  • Fix API caching, slight summary improvement
10 March 2016
  • Initial release
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