In July, I answered a post about a comma (Using "which" without a comma) The user accepted my answer and the question disappeared.
Last night, edits to the question change the tone of this post, and also "built in" an answer which makes my answer look wrong. Right after that, I got 3 downvotes in a row based on sudden interest in the post (after it lay dormant for months.). Maybe my answer was wrong. The OP didn't think so.
The original question had this line "Word always complains, seeing it as a restrictive clause and demands a comma..."
The edit changed this to "Seeing it as a relative clause I'd like to know..."
The OP doesn't see it as a relative clause. Word sees it that way and Bob was asking if that is correct.
We need clear guidelines for editing. In my opinion, posts should not be edited to remove a person's local dialect / personality, add what you think they mean, or make it less "suggestive" or more "moralistic". If the OP drops the F bomb or uses other such language, in my opinion that's an editorial decision for the Mods. If the OP ends a post by saying "Thanks a bunch." I will leave it alone...Bob is a patent attorney and doesn't need me to tell him how to speak or that "Thanks a bunch" is improper for this website.
To conclude, this website is about asking questions and giving answers and is done so in the spirit of democracy. This means that there will be some good answers and some "not so good answers." I have posted my share of not-so-good answers (from my own 20/20 point of view and the view of others who gave me downvotes.) We vote on those and the voting should be a fair, and like any democratic situation the votes can only be as good as the voting pool (and in my opinion we have some pretty strong voters here!).