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It's probably worth noting you won't lose your reputation from the suggested edits if the post is 60 or more days old and has a score of 3 or higher. This is similar to authors not losing reputation for upvotes on such a post after it is deleted, as documented in e.g. the FAQ and this blog post. (Source: I just scienced it here - I did trigger a reputation ...


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All you need is a good edit description. State in your edit description what was changed, so you could state: "Included language hint X for codeblock." This will still leave some cases where people didn't read your edit description, and just disapproved because they saw no change, but that is then their fault. At the same time make your edits as ...


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With the revamped timeline, one can access the review of a rejected suggested edit by clicking on the clock icon below the vote icons; this will take you to the timeline for that post, where an entry for the completed review of the suggested edit will appear. (Of course, plenty of other information is also accessible on the timeline, not just the rejected ...


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