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I approved the first edit to this question (the one made by user yochannah), but regret doing so.

Can I revert this somehow? I could not find a way. I have 2031 rep at the moment.

[FWIW: Reason: She italicized a sentence that may have only been an interpretation by the OP - it does not deserve the emphasis.]

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    'She', not 'he' ;) – StackExchange What The Heck Apr 20 '14 at 21:03
  • Sorry, did not look at your profile ;-) – user8036 Apr 21 '14 at 6:42
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There is no way to revert your approval of a suggested edit. However, once a suggested edit gets approved (or rejected) you can always edit again to fix remaining problems.

In this case, I went ahead and edited to remove the italics and also fix remaining problems, like the title, other grammatical issues, and punctuation issues. I marked the suggested edit as helpful due to the fixes in other areas, but rejecting may arguably also have been a correct approach considering there were other areas left untended.

Ideally, suggested edits should fix all problems with a post, unless the edit fixes a major problem with the post, such as a title edit or clarifying something in the body of importance. Hope this helps.

  • "you can always edit again" Thanks. Why did I not think of that ;-) ? – user8036 Apr 21 '14 at 6:41

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