# Etiquette for undoing edit to my answer?

Someone recently edited an answer I wrote earlier today:

https://math.stackexchange.com/a/969737/155629

Usually I'm happy to receive edits, but in this case the edit does not reflect the intention of the post, and the tone ("much much much weaker"), punctuation (!!), and formatting (one sentence all bold, another all italics) are distracting and anyway aren't consistent with the rest of the post, all of which make the answer less professional.

Is there any etiquette that applies to undoing manually these sorts of unwanted changes?

• I agree with the "point it out and I will fix it myself if I think that's necessary" philosophy to editing answers. The only time I will edit someone else's answer is to correct a blatant typo (e.g. If they write $x^2 + 2\cdot 2 = x2 + 4$, or something similar). Questions, on the other hand, I will edit much more freely. – apnorton Oct 12 '14 at 21:16