Thanks, Teresa. I do appreciate the suggestion. While that's a step in the right direction, that also moves the edit button to the left and pretty much puts the move/edit/checkbox on top of one another, making them almost unusable when editing a page. I guess this is a design flaw we'll have to learn to live with.
Just a general complaint to the Moodle folks: I don't know when or where, in the entire history of mankind, completion checkboxes were put on the far right of a page, or why this suddenly seems the thing to do, but I ask that you reconsider. A recent release of the software OmniFocus (a task app) also put the boxes on the far right and customers have already started complaining, to the point Omni put in a secret setting to move the boxes back to the left. For many, it's just our natural instinct to check boxes off beside the name of the thing. Further, having the boxes on the right may be good on a tiny smartphone screen, but on a large computer screen, it plain sucks. As someone else griped, it gets hard figuring out which box is which. While an actual setting to decide where they go would be nice, being able to move them through CSS was at least a workaround. Now, it seems even that is gone. That's frustrating.
One last thing: someone may also want to update the help, since the previous functioning code no longer works in 2.6.