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I know this userthis user is actually trying to be helpful by formatting code, but it appears that the first line of code is always indented incorrectly (maybe it's just my OCD). After about three of their edited posts corrections, which somehow always got approved, I ended up going through just the first page of approved edits this user made, and corrected the same problem.

  • I don't think it would be correct to add a comment directed at the editor asking them to correct this issue.
  • I don't see any way to flag a user for moderator review, or have the moderator contact them.
  • I don't see a method to flag an edit for review.
  • and I don't see any other way to contact this user to help them correct the problem and save a lot of people extra work.

What is the solution to this?

I know this user is actually trying to be helpful by formatting code, but it appears that the first line of code is always indented incorrectly (maybe it's just my OCD). After about three of their edited posts corrections, which somehow always got approved, I ended up going through just the first page of approved edits this user made, and corrected the same problem.

  • I don't think it would be correct to add a comment directed at the editor asking them to correct this issue.
  • I don't see any way to flag a user for moderator review, or have the moderator contact them.
  • I don't see a method to flag an edit for review.
  • and I don't see any other way to contact this user to help them correct the problem and save a lot of people extra work.

What is the solution to this?

I know this user is actually trying to be helpful by formatting code, but it appears that the first line of code is always indented incorrectly (maybe it's just my OCD). After about three of their edited posts corrections, which somehow always got approved, I ended up going through just the first page of approved edits this user made, and corrected the same problem.

  • I don't think it would be correct to add a comment directed at the editor asking them to correct this issue.
  • I don't see any way to flag a user for moderator review, or have the moderator contact them.
  • I don't see a method to flag an edit for review.
  • and I don't see any other way to contact this user to help them correct the problem and save a lot of people extra work.

What is the solution to this?

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How do I flag an editor?

I know this user is actually trying to be helpful by formatting code, but it appears that the first line of code is always indented incorrectly (maybe it's just my OCD). After about three of their edited posts corrections, which somehow always got approved, I ended up going through just the first page of approved edits this user made, and corrected the same problem.

  • I don't think it would be correct to add a comment directed at the editor asking them to correct this issue.
  • I don't see any way to flag a user for moderator review, or have the moderator contact them.
  • I don't see a method to flag an edit for review.
  • and I don't see any other way to contact this user to help them correct the problem and save a lot of people extra work.

What is the solution to this?