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No.--PedroM 10:05, February 21, 2013 (UTC)

You can't hide them directly. It's however possible lay-out sided by using css.

This css example hide the number of edits on the pages (didn't test this but normaly should work, I'm not sure if this will also hide the other elements of the tally):

DIV.tally {display: none !important}

Other tally:

  • Main and user edits: DIV.tally
  • Images: DIV.tally.counter

Note: The only way to hide this for one user is by using js to hide the css tag only for that specific page.
Note2: It's not possible to hide them on the Special:ListUsers.

--Jens Ingels (talk) 22:33, February 24, 2013 (UTC)

You forgot to mention that by the TOU you may use this only to hide the edit count from nobody but yourself.--PedroM 10:15, March 1, 2013 (UTC)