I came across the following suggested edit in the review. It looks like a radical change at first glance.
I did't understand the full context of the edit from within the review queue. So, I visited the question to understand the reason behind the edit.
It looks like the OP has left the code in the comment instead of actually editing the question. A user took OP's code in the comment and added it to the question to make it more meaningful. Initially, this whole edit seemed out of context until I visited the question. However, three others users rejected the suggested edit because they thought that the change was radical.
I have enough reputation to actually improve the edit but I don't know anything about actionscript to provide a meaningful edit. To be frank, I didn't expect it to get rejected. I thought that others might realize the intention behind the edit and will approve it. Since the edit was rejected, I visited the question to add the code myself but someone else has already fixed it. It has been taken care.
What is the recommended approach in these type of situations where not visiting the post might give a contradicting impression to reviewers about the suggested edit?