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In general, unless someone's going on a campaign of making small edits, particularly ones that don't fix all of a post, I recommend accepting the edits - if they do in fact improve the post. Here's my thinking - A 2k user could make any of these edits and they would bump to the front page - and we want them to because these edits should be reviewed, however ...


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Usually, this is possible, but it might be that the editor automatically strips one or two characters from the question body and interprets this as a change. If you link to the post we can be sure. Most of the times, you can improve something else in the post, or perhaps substitute a word with a synonym and indicate you did this only because of the error ...


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I just did some testing and I believe that this a historical artifact of how the "Improve" button used to work in the Suggested Edits review queue, before the review system was revamped in 2014. Back then, the "Improve Edit" and "Reject and Edit" options would be combined into a single option, known as "Improve", and ...


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Since I don't think that this will be fixed in the short term, I created a small user script to work around this issue. The script detects whether a post is a question or an answer, and adds this information as a new heading, similar to the other review queues. It also highlights whether a question is closed, as I tend to overlook this information too. For ...


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