I suggested an edit to a question that I voted up because it helped me resolve a StyleCop issue I bumped into this evening. I suggested the edit because the question (and answer) are truly specific to a certain (subset of) StyleCop rule(s): the generality of the question's title nearly led me to miss it as an exact fit for the issue I encountered.
The edit was deemed "incorrect or an attempt to reply...or comment" and finally "too minor"; but neither reason for rejecting the suggested edit makes sense to me.
Is this an example of quick reviews with too little understanding of the question and answer? Was "incorrect or an attempt to reply...or comment" likely just the easiest rejection reason to select moving quickly - the suggested edit maybe being rejection-worthy for some other reason? (Both surely happen, and I get that. I just want to understand and hopefully learn something from this.)
Am I just alone in thinking my suggestion was appropriate to help someone searching see what the question and answer (don't) really address, also make the post a bit more readable at the same time? :)