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Can anyone tell me how I delete obsolete JSFiddle versions, but keep the base version?

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You want to reset the code to base at the version you're editing. To do this you simply set the current version as the base version with the "Set as base" button shown below:

Set as base

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Will this really delete previous versions, making them inaccessible to anyone with a link to one of those versions? I don't want that to happen to any of my documents on jsfiddle. :( – Anderson Green Dec 19 '12 at 2:14
@AndersonGreen No, the old revisions are all still there. Just suffix the URL with /0/, /1/, /2/, . . . Then apparently the "base" revision (with no suffix) can be set to any of these. – BobStein-VisiBone Oct 31 '15 at 17:41

You can create a new Fork, which essentially does what you want by creating a new jsfiddle from the current revision, though you'll get a new URL.

jsfiddle's Fork Button

Otherwise I do not believe there's any method to remove any specific revision or to clean up the revision history of a fiddle.

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