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I'd like to know why my original edit was rejected again even though I asked to give sometime to the OA (original answerer) to review it:

Was there anything factually wrong in my edit? It added a link, formatted, and expanded a few sentences. I misunderstand why it was rejected but I further misunderstand why my request that the OA would review it itself was denied (or the OA did?, I don't know how to ensure that because I can't see edit history for this rejected edit here).

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It was rejected because the users who reviewed the suggested edit thought it was changing the meaning of the answer.

Effectively, the suggested edit added that Drush 9 is Composer-centralized, while it's simply suggested not to install Drush 9 globally (which is possible also with Composer).
It also introduce a grammar error, in the following sentence. (Emphasis on the wrongly changed part is mine.)

A composer based Drupal project is installed by composer create-project drupal-composer/drupal-project includes Drush 9 locally by default and this is the only recommend way to use Drush 9.

The correct sentence is the original one.

A composer based Drupal installed by composer create-project drupal-composer/drupal-project includes Drush 9 locally by default and this is the only recommend way to use Drush 9, see https://github.com/drupal-composer/drupal-project.

Inlining a link, or editing it to show its title is fine; rewriting a sentence to make it clearer is fine, but adding a sentence the poster didn't put (and containing a not correct assertion) isn't fine.

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  • I thank you dearly kiamlauluno. I didn't even notice the code difference (I don't know why it was omitted). I didn't know there is such a recommendation to install Drush locally and not globally (at once for all projects, agjjhh I hate this composer terminology) and of course I don't go against that. Again I thank you for noting the difference. If the answer is changed to the version you displayed, is that okay to changing it fully, based on the rest I suggested? – user16289 Oct 14 '18 at 17:18
  • As long as you don't add something the OP didn't say, or remove something the OP did say, the suggested edit should be fine. – kiamlaluno Oct 14 '18 at 17:26
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I just rejected your 2nd attempt about the edit you suggested. I did so with reason attempt to reply, of which these are some details of it:

It should have been written as a comment or an answer.

If you really want to get your corrections/additions included, then I strongly recommend you to post an additional answer in which you mention how it complements and/or corrects the existing answer. It is that easy ... As a bonus, your answer may even get upvoted ...

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  • Dear Pierre Vries, please review the answer I've added and feel free to edit it. Thank you dearly. – user16289 Oct 14 '18 at 21:30
  • No one thinks you invented the rules for the site. Please stop editing nonsense and spam crap into your posts. – Clive Oct 17 '18 at 14:09
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You edited an answer to your own question. You added new text passages and changed others. If you need something to be clarified, please ask for it in the comments.

Given answers are there to help all future readers who have a similar problem. If you find that all given answers don't match 100% your needs, feel free to add and accept your own answer.

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