A week ago, I came across this question, and the answer by Steven Stevenson:
Windows 7 desktop icons are blank
When I first noticed the answer, it was just a wall of text. So I decided to make the answer easier to read, by breaking the answer up, and performing some minor formatting.
After a while, I got a notification that my edit was rejected for the following 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.
I tried to see if I had any recourse; request for further peer review, or even reply to the rejection. However, I found that I was unable to do anything to appeal my edit. I decided to think on it for a while.
I came back today, to find that the user who posted the answer re-formatted their answer in pretty much the same way I did (exception on breaking up the word batchfile).
Was I wrong in attempting to edit his answer, or was my edit rejected erroneously?