# Should we approve or reject syntax highlighting-only suggested edits? [duplicate]

There just were some syntax highlighting-only edits in the Suggested Edits queue. These edits were approved, but I rejected them because these edits are too minor in my opinion. Sometimes, I also do syntax highlighting-only edits, but then that's not a suggested edit, and I think it is too minor as a suggested edit but acceptable as a 'normal' edit.

Of course, I might be wrong, so that's why I'm asking here. Should be approve or reject syntax highlighting-only suggested edits?

Note: this question is not the same question as "Mass editing of syntax highlighting - good or bad?" because that question is about edits and my question is about suggested edits.

## marked as duplicate by Peter Taylor, Rainbolt, Justin, Konrad Borowski, TheDoctorMay 3 '14 at 0:25

• Same difference. Same arguments apply. – Peter Taylor Apr 30 '14 at 15:03
• I've been approving them, since I feel they make code more legible. I don't see a difference between suggested and not in this case. – Geobits Apr 30 '14 at 15:46

3. the code is so short it doesn't make any difference in readability (e.g. print "Hello world", or this suggested edit)