I'm still getting used to how stack exchange sites work, so I hope this is the right place to post this (and if it's not, please let me know.)
I made a substantial revision to an answer I had read where I found the grammar was making it difficult for me to understand. So I corrected a lot of the grammar within the post.
The review was approved by one user, but then rejected and edited by another user. The other user's edit (an addition of a single out-of-place colon) was what became the accepted edit.
It also looks like Community rejected my edit with the reasoning "This edit did not correct critical issues with the post - view the revision history to see what should have been changed."
According to this, I think my edit should be accepted, as it greatly increases the readability of the answer.
At the very least, both edits should be removed, as the accepted edit detracts from the answer currently, since it does not match the previously established format within the answer. This has been done by @JohnMa - Thank you.
So two questions:
- What can be done about this?
- What's the best way to go about issues like this in the future? (Is this the best place to post?)