I'm looking at revision number two here.
The editor said "previous suggested edit rejected: please do not add padding to get around the 6 char limit".
However, when I load the side-by-side markdown of @Aurora0001's edit, I only see that two characters have changed.
From this example, I'm not seeing an obvious solution to the case where a single unicode dash has to be corrected in a code block, and the system rejects my edit because it does not change 6 characters.
Obviously I'm glad that a "non-padded" version of my edit was able to be implemented, but I would like to know how I should have proceeded in this case, especially given the normative wording of the corrected edit message.