Since software issues commonly exist across numerous versions, when I find a question about the same issue I am experiencing but on a different version, it seems reasonable to note the additional afflicted version(s).
According to the edit help page, a common reason to edit is
...to correct minor mistakes or add addendums / updates as the post ages
Why then are my edits being rejected with this reason?
This edit does not make the post even a little bit easier to read, easier to find, more accurate or more accessible. Changes are either completely superfluous or actively harm readability.
Furthermore, this reason sounds hostile and is extremely discouraging to me.
This second example was also rejected because a reviewer believed I was changing the meaning of the question, even though I am certain I was merely clarifying it (and making it much easier to find via tag additions). Are people too hasty to reject stuff because it looks like too big or small of an edit?