I'm not here to moan at you again, don't worry. I just wanted to say thank you for the work you've been doing, and I appreciate it. Although your edits are minor it's the small things that make a page look good, and it's not gone unnoticed.
Not sure if you know, but if you are editing multiple sections of the same page, you can actually edit the whole page so you can change several things in several sections at the same time. That would lessen the amount of edit history the page is logging.
Editing a section allows me to edit without searching for that specific section as opposed to entire page editing. However that has the drawback of finding other things I feel the need to edit, and it has resulted in multi-editing. It's the perfectionist's curse. But that doesn't happen very often.
FriendlessPhoton did, so I am messaging him. He could also prefer editing sections instead of the whole page but I just thought it's tedious to edit and publish the same page several times just to paste the same 6 lines, so I decided to point it out just in case he doesn't know.
Personally, I never edit just sections. Editing the whole page is very handy for spotting several things to change, especially if I am editing multiple counts of the same word in different sections. I use programs to automatically replace/add instances of the same word so it's always going to be faster for me if I edit the entire page. Even if I don't use a program, pasting the same thing in different sections of the same page takes a few seconds of work, I don't see how doing it per section would be faster/easier. I think section editing is only faster if done on several different pages, not if it's on the same page.
Your edits have been reverted twice now by two different users. And I'll be honest I agree with the reversions, so three. To put a stop to the mini edit war before it escelates further, I've issued you a day's edit block to let the dust settle.
In future if you wish to make a change to a page that gets reverted, rather than forcing the same edit so it gets reverted again, leave a comment on the page's comments suggesting the idea and get feedback. If you make a case for your edit then there's a higher chance of it getting accepted. In this case it's only a minor change, but three reversions is a bit much.