I have three revisions of my fiddle (http://jsfiddle.net/journeymanmw/9xLtH/3/) and I’m constantly updating it. I want to have a reference to the latest available revision so I don’t have to update the revision number in the URL every time I navigate to it.

Is it possible?

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    That would be good information to add to your question.
    – ale
    Nov 4 '13 at 15:30
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    it is easily visible if you compare them :) Nov 4 '13 at 15:32
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    check webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/12033/… ("Set as Base")
    – Nicolas78
    Apr 15 '15 at 9:30
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    @Nicolas78 well, it might be of use as emergency workaround, since it resets the history, thanks Apr 22 '15 at 10:54
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    Stas, it doesn't erase the history, at least not any more. All revisions are still available with suffixes /0/, /1/, /2/, . . . @Nicolas78 really does have the answer to this question with the ("Set as Base") button -- AS LONG AS you passed around the URL without any version suffix in the first place. That can be "set" to any revision later. Example: I set jsfiddle.net/BobStein/ty640uva to jsfiddle.net/BobStein/ty640uva/2
    – Bob Stein
    Oct 31 '15 at 17:46

Adding /latest/ to the end of the URL seems to work.

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    No authoritative answer, but it does appear that any text selects the latest version, so my reply may not be that robust. Dec 26 '17 at 17:06
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    Doesn't work (anymore). Appending any text (including /latest/) selects the base version, not the latest revision.
    – Harsh
    Feb 14 '18 at 7:28

Not 100% fit with your demand but nearly!

When you log into JsFiddle, at the top menu bar, you'll get a Set as Base button, which will make the revision you're working on the base version.

And then use your base JSFiddle link http://jsfiddle.net/journeymanmw/9xLtH/

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