As you can see from my rep I'm rather new to the "review suggested edits" privilege, so I'm searching for some advice.
Currently there are a lot of edit suggestions from one user, which mainly consist of converting
keys to keys. Although I personally do not like this
<kdb> style, I approved most of the edits I reviewed because
<kdb> is implemented for some reason (i.e. the community likes it).
Now, I struggled over some edits like here where
CTRL+LARROW gets edited to Ctrl+Left Arrow. It seems that @Linger will edit some more posts in the future, so I think it would be a good hint for him/her, that instead of
<kbd>Left Arrow</kbd> one can use
<kbd>←</kbd> etc. to draw a ,,real'' arrow.
But I see no possibility to send directly a message during the review process. (Although @slhck comments here that ,,users should actually get a fair amount of feedback on their edits when they're below 2k''.)
Does this mean, I should reject those edits, writing the possible improvement as the reason why I rejected, improve this myself (this doubles the work) or just accept the edit (because most people won't care if there is a ← pictogram or not)?