27 Feature change!
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There are a handful of conditions where we will stop accepting suggested edits:

  1. A large number of suggested edits by you were rejected in the past week (at least 5 more than one-third of your accepted edits).

  2. We are out of empty slots in the queue (40, with several exceptions. See here for details)

  3. You have five suggested edits pending (20 on beta sites).

  4. There is a pending suggested edit to the post you're trying to edit that hasn't been reviewed yet.

  5. You are not logged in and the post is less than 10 minutes old, or you are trying to edit a tag wiki.

  6. You are on a child meta. (This doesn't apply to tag wikis.)

  7. A moderator has banned you from suggesting edits.

  8. Your account is suspended.

  9. The post is locked.

  10. You are editing anonymously, and one of your edits triggered our spam filter.

  11. The post is an answer to a locked question.

In most cases, you will still see the edit button, but you will get an error message if you try to click it. However, in case 5 above, no edit button will be shown, and in case 10, it will link to another page explaining that your IP address is banned. (Note: the "edit history" link there will redirect to the homepage; this is a known bug.)

There are a handful of conditions where we will stop accepting suggested edits:

  1. A large number of suggested edits by you were rejected in the past week (at least 5 more than one-third of your accepted edits).

  2. We are out of empty slots in the queue (40, with several exceptions. See here for details)

  3. You have five suggested edits pending (20 on beta sites).

  4. There is a pending suggested edit to the post you're trying to edit that hasn't been reviewed yet.

  5. You are not logged in and the post is less than 10 minutes old, or you are trying to edit a tag wiki.

  6. You are on a child meta. (This doesn't apply to tag wikis.)

  7. A moderator has banned you from suggesting edits.

  8. Your account is suspended.

  9. The post is locked.

  10. You are editing anonymously, and one of your edits triggered our spam filter.

  11. The post is an answer to a locked question.

In most cases, you will still see the edit button, but you will get an error message if you try to click it. However, in case 5 above, no edit button will be shown, and in case 10, it will link to another page explaining that your IP address is banned. (Note: the "edit history" link there will redirect to the homepage; this is a known bug.)

There are a handful of conditions where we will stop accepting suggested edits:

  1. A large number of suggested edits by you were rejected in the past week (at least 5 more than one-third of your accepted edits).

  2. We are out of empty slots in the queue (40, with several exceptions. See here for details)

  3. You have five suggested edits pending (20 on beta sites).

  4. There is a pending suggested edit to the post you're trying to edit that hasn't been reviewed yet.

  5. You are not logged in and the post is less than 10 minutes old, or you are trying to edit a tag wiki.

  6. You are on a child meta. (This doesn't apply to tag wikis.)

  7. A moderator has banned you from suggesting edits.

  8. Your account is suspended.

  9. The post is locked.

  10. You are editing anonymously, and one of your edits triggered our spam filter.

In most cases, you will still see the edit button, but you will get an error message if you try to click it. However, in case 5 above, no edit button will be shown, and in case 10, it will link to another page explaining that your IP address is banned. (Note: the "edit history" link there will redirect to the homepage; this is a known bug.)

26 This applies to all locked questions, not just wiki-locked ones, per personal testing and linked post
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There are a handful of conditions where we will stop accepting suggested edits:

  1. A large number of suggested edits by you were rejected in the past week (at least 5 more than one-third of your accepted edits).

  2. We are out of empty slots in the queue (40, with several exceptions. See here for details)

  3. You have five suggested edits pending (20 on beta sites).

  4. There is a pending suggested edit to the post you're trying to edit that hasn't been reviewed yet.

  5. You are not logged in and the post is less than 10 minutes old, or you are trying to edit a tag wiki.

  6. You are on a child meta. (This doesn't apply to tag wikis.)

  7. A moderator has banned you from suggesting edits.

  8. Your account is suspended.

  9. The post is locked.

  10. You are editing anonymously, and one of your edits triggered our spam filter.

  11. The post is an answer to a wiki-lockedlocked question..

In most cases, you will still see the edit button, but you will get an error message if you try to click it. However, in case 5 above, no edit button will be shown, and in case 10, it will link to another page explaining that your IP address is banned. (Note: the "edit history" link there will redirect to the homepage; this is a known bug.)

There are a handful of conditions where we will stop accepting suggested edits:

  1. A large number of suggested edits by you were rejected in the past week (at least 5 more than one-third of your accepted edits).

  2. We are out of empty slots in the queue (40, with several exceptions. See here for details)

  3. You have five suggested edits pending (20 on beta sites).

  4. There is a pending suggested edit to the post you're trying to edit that hasn't been reviewed yet.

  5. You are not logged in and the post is less than 10 minutes old, or you are trying to edit a tag wiki.

  6. You are on a child meta. (This doesn't apply to tag wikis.)

  7. A moderator has banned you from suggesting edits.

  8. Your account is suspended.

  9. The post is locked.

  10. You are editing anonymously, and one of your edits triggered our spam filter.

  11. The post is an answer to a wiki-locked question.

In most cases, you will still see the edit button, but you will get an error message if you try to click it. However, in case 5 above, no edit button will be shown, and in case 10, it will link to another page explaining that your IP address is banned. (Note: the "edit history" link there will redirect to the homepage; this is a known bug.)

There are a handful of conditions where we will stop accepting suggested edits:

  1. A large number of suggested edits by you were rejected in the past week (at least 5 more than one-third of your accepted edits).

  2. We are out of empty slots in the queue (40, with several exceptions. See here for details)

  3. You have five suggested edits pending (20 on beta sites).

  4. There is a pending suggested edit to the post you're trying to edit that hasn't been reviewed yet.

  5. You are not logged in and the post is less than 10 minutes old, or you are trying to edit a tag wiki.

  6. You are on a child meta. (This doesn't apply to tag wikis.)

  7. A moderator has banned you from suggesting edits.

  8. Your account is suspended.

  9. The post is locked.

  10. You are editing anonymously, and one of your edits triggered our spam filter.

  11. The post is an answer to a locked question.

In most cases, you will still see the edit button, but you will get an error message if you try to click it. However, in case 5 above, no edit button will be shown, and in case 10, it will link to another page explaining that your IP address is banned. (Note: the "edit history" link there will redirect to the homepage; this is a known bug.)

25 Not all locked questions produce this behavior, so split it out as a separate entry
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There are a handful of conditions where we will stop accepting suggested edits:

  1. A large number of suggested edits by you were rejected in the past week (at least 5 more than one-third of your accepted edits).

  2. We are out of empty slots in the queue (40, with several exceptions. See here for details)

  3. You have five suggested edits pending (20 on beta sites).

  4. There is a pending suggested edit to the post you're trying to edit that hasn't been reviewed yet.

  5. You are not logged in and the post is less than 10 minutes old, or you are trying to edit a tag wiki.

  6. You are on a child meta. (This doesn't apply to tag wikis.)

  7. A moderator has banned you from suggesting edits.

  8. Your account is suspended.

  9. The post is locked. Also, you can't suggest edits to answers to locked questions, even if the answer itself is unlocked.

  10. You are editing anonymously, and one of your edits triggered our spam filter.

  11. The post is an answer to a wiki-locked question.

In most cases, you will still see the edit button, but you will get an error message if you try to click it. However, in case 5 above, no edit button will be shown, and in case 10, it will link to another page explaining that your IP address is banned. (Note: the "edit history" link there will redirect to the homepage; this is a known bug.)

There are a handful of conditions where we will stop accepting suggested edits:

  1. A large number of suggested edits by you were rejected in the past week (at least 5 more than one-third of your accepted edits).

  2. We are out of empty slots in the queue (40, with several exceptions. See here for details)

  3. You have five suggested edits pending (20 on beta sites).

  4. There is a pending suggested edit to the post you're trying to edit that hasn't been reviewed yet.

  5. You are not logged in and the post is less than 10 minutes old, or you are trying to edit a tag wiki.

  6. You are on a child meta. (This doesn't apply to tag wikis.)

  7. A moderator has banned you from suggesting edits.

  8. Your account is suspended.

  9. The post is locked. Also, you can't suggest edits to answers to locked questions, even if the answer itself is unlocked.

  10. You are editing anonymously, and one of your edits triggered our spam filter.

In most cases, you will still see the edit button, but you will get an error message if you try to click it. However, in case 5 above, no edit button will be shown, and in case 10, it will link to another page explaining that your IP address is banned. (Note: the "edit history" link there will redirect to the homepage; this is a known bug.)

There are a handful of conditions where we will stop accepting suggested edits:

  1. A large number of suggested edits by you were rejected in the past week (at least 5 more than one-third of your accepted edits).

  2. We are out of empty slots in the queue (40, with several exceptions. See here for details)

  3. You have five suggested edits pending (20 on beta sites).

  4. There is a pending suggested edit to the post you're trying to edit that hasn't been reviewed yet.

  5. You are not logged in and the post is less than 10 minutes old, or you are trying to edit a tag wiki.

  6. You are on a child meta. (This doesn't apply to tag wikis.)

  7. A moderator has banned you from suggesting edits.

  8. Your account is suspended.

  9. The post is locked.

  10. You are editing anonymously, and one of your edits triggered our spam filter.

  11. The post is an answer to a wiki-locked question.

In most cases, you will still see the edit button, but you will get an error message if you try to click it. However, in case 5 above, no edit button will be shown, and in case 10, it will link to another page explaining that your IP address is banned. (Note: the "edit history" link there will redirect to the homepage; this is a known bug.)

24 clarify that you can't suggest edits to locked questions' answers; see source link
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23 clarify regarding tag wikis and when the error popup isn't shown
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22 add another reason why edits may be disallowed (insta-ban for anonymous users)
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21 added 13 characters in body
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20 added 97 characters in body
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19 format the most helpful part to stand out
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18 Rollback to Revision 16
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17 links to check numbers
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16 Tweaks
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15 Moderators can ban users from suggesting edits
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14 Synced with the reasons at http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/76251/how-do-suggested-edits-work
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13 added 81 characters in body
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12 deleted 21 characters in body
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11 The Android app shows a suggest edit button now (http://meta.stackexchange.com/q/208471/229356 is [status-completed])
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10 Corrected criterion for automatic edit privilege suspension (with citation); app does not support suggested edits at all (with citation)
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9 Fixup of bad MSO links to MSE links migration
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8 Migration of MSO links to MSE links
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7 edited body
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6 Added tooltip text for search.
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5 Note on the edit link being disabled nowadays.
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4 added 10 characters in body
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