I came upon this situation in an edit review:
Due to both a language translation issue and insufficient information, I probably should have abandoned the edit review and just commented on the question/flagged it. I start to edit the question and decide it is beyond the ability the help, then click back, which takes me to the previous review, then click forward and see this.
So- what did I do wrong? I should still have the ability to deny the edit because it the edit doesn't sufficiently help the question, but I lost that by clicking back and forward in the browser.
And now I'd need to go to the question to comment to indicate that the question is bad, but I assume maybe the editor got credit for correcting a question in a way that didn't deface the question but added nothing to do- it is just as unclear.
It would be nice if there were an option like "this question is Fubar'd" in the review, rather than just to reject the edit, even though that might seem like a violation of handling the action at-hand, which is the review. And it seems that I shouldn't lose the ability to review just because I clicked back and forward in the browser. Anyway- please let me know what I should have done in this case.