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The title is important, fixing any error in the title is a good enough reason to edit a question, even if it is older. Fixing a typo or bad grammar in the title is never too minor of an edit, unless you ignore obvious problems in the post body. But that doesn't mean one should stop editing at the title, you should always try to fix all problems that a post ...


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Flagging that comment was the right call. Beyond that - I would generally discourage any further actions - including leaving comments in reply. Comments are meant for requesting clarifications or constructive criticism aimed at improving the post in question - starting side conversations about someone's tone/rudeness just adds to the noise, and can actually ...


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It's worth noting that the minor/major edit distinction is only relevant to making suggested edits before you have full edit privileges. We don't have any policy about what is too minor for full editors, since they are assumed to have developed the discretion to judge whether a post benefits from an edit or not, regardless of the number of letters it changes....


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