Sometimes when I am going through the reopen queue I come across questions that have been edited by another user who is not the author of the question. These edits are mostly or entirely cosmetic in nature (fixing grammar, typos, formatting, etc.), but because the question has been edited after closure it ends up in the review queue. Unless the question was closed because of the cosmetic issues that were fixed, the only option is essentially to vote to keep the question closed.
The problem is, at least to my understanding, is if the question is edited by the OP while the reopen votes are being cast, this does not undo previous votes. So if the question was improved later on to be good enough for reopening, it might not be reopened because of the previous votes.
This is probably an edge case, but the question still stands. If a question is already closed, should other users make purely cosmetic edits that do not do much, if anything, to aid in the question being reopened?