Several times, when a suggested edit fixes several errors, but does not fix all the errors even when they're very similar (for example, suggested edit fixes some spelling errors, some capitalisation errors, but not all), I've been trying to improve them, but the suggested edit has been approved before I can finish the suggested edits.
Should I be going and fixing the post (double-editing? rollback, then fix everything?)?
When a post has lots of errors and most-but-not-all are fixed, I could take the the view that fixing the rest is a "minor edit", and not worth the effort.
What's the communal view in this situation?