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I came across this suggested edit which adds backticks to these words
- XNA, WinForms (tool/API name)
- C# (language name)
- 550 FPS (a... number)
and changes nothing else in the post.
I thought it was an improper use of backticks (since I think backticks should be used for code-related things) so I rejected the suggested edit. I checked the final review decision and saw that 2 reviewers approved it.
So I have 2 questions regarding this:
- Is this suggested edit correct, and should it have been approved? In a sense, I'm asking if this is an acceptable usage of backticks.
If it should be rejected, what should the rejection reason be?
2 reviewers chose this. I disagree with this. I mean "too minor" should be used if the suggested edit is correct but too trivial. This is not the case here because the edit is not even correct in the first place.
I think this would be better than "too minor", but I thought the description given is vague.
I chose this instead and said "edit shows abuse of backticks".
What does the community think?