A minimal example is intended to help debug an issue by making it clear where the problem lies. So if a 'MWE' is too small to show the issue in real use, I feel it's appropriate to go back and edit. I'd probably make it clear that the original MWE was solved by the answer but that this didn't address your real issue, then provide an updated MWE.
This is not ...
Hmmm... looking around after posting in Meta I found this in the highlight.js site:
«At best I'd consider our Latex support to be more of a "placeholder"
than a real grammar... If someone would like to pitch in here to help
I'd be more than happy to answer any HLJS specific questions about our
An old question may have existing answers with many votes already, so a new answer that's more up-to-date and even more recommendable would start with less votes. It may get better over time, commenting and adding a bounty on the question may help.
However, you could post your concerns and recommendations to an existing answer with the suggestion to edit it: ...
Here's my own suggestion for how to change the colors. Notes and suggestions are very welcome (as well as other answers, of course).
class current color proposed color
keyword #015692 #934301
built_in #b75501 #934301
params unstyled #523014
comment #656e77 #...
The consensus on main meta seems to be that you can edit your question, unless it invalidates existing answers. See Doesn't the asker have the right to modify his question? and Edited question makes answers incorrect for example. If it does invalidate existing answers then you should ask a new question.
The reason for this is that the invalidated answer ...
What I like about the highlighter I use daily (GtkSourceView) is that it colors the known control words differently from the unknown and user-defined control sequences. This makes it easier to skip over the standard things and focus your attention to the new command (which in many cases is the focus of the question as well). At the same time it gives a quick ...
As requested, the answer has been undeleted.
It is an example of how moderation by users works:
After several deletion votes in the review process it got deleted.
Then, after several undeletion votes it got undeleted.
It shows that a status is not carved in stone and can be adjusted by fellow users. And as said in the comments, it's fine to discuss that ...