I'm not going to get in the debates and discussions about the ban itself. ( I don't dispute it or the length or why) I'd suggest that if you ban my edit ability for 7 days I think you should also take away my ability to do reviews. Otherwise it's like grading an English paper without a red pen.
As a secondary question, what should I do for things I spot in the interim?
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Per my learning lessons from yesterday on different post (here), I got the 7 day ban on editing. There is no dispute or misunderstanding about that. The pitfall of this is that my ability to conduct reviews on new poster activity was NOT taken away, which is odd but no complaint from me just yet. The resulting dilemma is that now as a reviewer or even going across pages I encounter things that I now properly understand need to be edited, and can't.
I can make the suggestion in a comment to adjust the formatting, and did so on the new poster review (and I won't perform any others until I get some feedback from this question). I suppose the best thing here is to skip it so someone else can fix the formatting later even if not me. Rejecting it seems harsh and clearly unfair to the user and just wrong. Flagging it for a moderator seems like a waste of moderator time. But I'm happy to do that if that's the best course of action.
In short, should I bookmark stuff like this to fix later once my ban is lifted? (Doesn't this essentially encourage me to get off the site completely for the week and then repeat my old ways, as opposed to actually being given the opportunity to demonstrate I've 'learned what I did wrong'?)