I came across a post that was of OK quality, but poorly formatted. Clicking "Edit" I got back
This post already looks pretty good! While there are probably minor improvements that can be made, this would be considered a high-quality post as-is. You should click Looks Good when reviewing such posts, editing only when you can make substantial improvements.
Don't worry, we've already handled this post appropriately - but please take a minute to look it over closely, keeping in mind the guidance shown above.
It was not a high quality post due to its poor formatting. Readability was at a low since the question was all on one line. I was merely trying to edit it before clicking "Looks good".
Can this UX be improved by letting me edit it before the system draws a conclusion on whether or not I took the bait?
This is the review in question. It even says that I have edited, but alas I did not get that far because of the audit system.
- For the record, post content at the time of my review looked as follows:
I have a data.table which has two keys: Year (10 levels) and MemberID (200,000 levels). When I setkey, does setkey(MemberID, Year) results in different performance compare with setkey(Year, MemberID)? If so, which way will be better?