I just had this review rejected and would like to check on the general etiquette of this situation.
After some back-and-forth in the comments, OP for this question responded in a comment with some additional info resulting from our suggestions. I felt that this new info would help others to answer, and so edited it into the question verbatim and put my comment as "incorporated additional info from comment into Q". My edit was rejected as changing the "original meaning or intent of the post".
What should I have done instead? Just prompted the OP to do it themselves? (I have done this in the interim). Is it generally not acceptable to update someone's question to include new details of the problem, even if they themselves were the ones to provide these details?