I made an edit that got rejected claiming, "Many links were removed during editing" which is wrong, as I didn't remove any link, I only shortened the label to ease readability as too much blue made it hard to determine what the link was about and also I find the idea that a whole sentence is needed to describe a link as somewhat ridiculous and it is better to keep it short.
The next complaint was about it being too minor. I removed the bold formatting. It may be only a formatting issue, yet I think also the seemingly small stuff counts. After all, it disturbed me so much that I invested time to edit.
If only the links were an issue I guess I would have let it unchanged. Yet I do not think that bold text is a valid highlight of an entire paragraph of an answer. It hits you over the face, almost like CAPLOCKS. It's on a level of a typo for me.
So I guess my question is: Is it too minor?