What could I do if I strongly disagree with the rollback without any comment from another user?
What actions can I take? What is the best way?
Should I simply do rollback to my edit and be happy?
I am asking in general but here is the example.
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For your specific example, the rollback was 100% correct.
The edit that you "like" added a lot of horrendous formatting that is unneeded and strongly discouraged. Code markup via backticks are not for highlighting key parts, they are for code.
However, you were working from guidance in Is there a page that explains how inline code spans should and should not be used?. There are 2 issues that I have here,
In your edit,
webbrowser made it look like you were editing to highlight a "key term" and not the name of the class. The actual name of the class is
WebBrowser. Rejecting an edit (or rolling one back) because of capitalization can seem a bit nit-picky, but it is one of those things that can change the meaning of code in case-sensitive languages like C#.
But in general, if you do not approve of any edit (whether it is a regular edit or a rollback), you can roll it back yourself. However do not do it more than once. You are basically getting into an edit war with someone and it will automatically get flagged for a moderator. Instead of someone is continually editing a post in a manner you disagree with, then just flag it for a moderator, explain the situation, and let them deal with it.