I edited this post, which had been put on hold as primary opinion based. Although I did not get to review it in the Close Review queue, I would have voted to close it myself as well. I did not want the question to be reopened based on my edits, but it contained a grammatically incorrect statement, that additionally, inappropriately, had a question mark attached to it (i.e. the sentence wasn't a question).
My edit caused the post to be show up in the reopen queue, although I did not select the reopen link below the question (and I reviewed to leave closed).
Could the automatic reopen of edited post be changed so that, if an edit is done by a person with high enough reputation that the
reopen link shows, that that link should explicitly be selected? Or alternatively that the "edit session" of a closed vote shows an additional Save edits and vote to reopen button next to the Save Edits button?
In general not every improvement to a closed question (e.g. removing typos, grammatical errors, thanks, etc) warrants reopening of that question, but I rather have those improvements in there, to help the OP, or someone else, to already get it in a better state, in case it warrants reopening by further edits at some point.
(If I get to review such a question in the review queue, I normally take the time to make the edits, before the question gets closed, by opening a second window/tab on the original, circumventing the whole reopen issue)