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Hello Btqfshfst, I'm not sure if I misunderstood you but it seems to me that you don't know how to revert somebody's edit (sorry if I explain something to you you already know): in the edit history you see something like this:
- (cur | prev) xx:x, 7 February xxxx xxxxx (talk | contribs) . . (73,940 bytes) +1,161 . . (xxxx) (undo | thank) (restore)
I emphasized the undo-button to make it more visible. If you klick on it, you will first see what your edit will remove and what is going to be added. You need to confirm that you want to revert this edit and you can add a little message why you think that this edit is not helpful. You can also use restore (the last button) if you want to reset the page to this version. You will be asked if you really want to restore this version. If you revert somebody (the undo-button) this person will get a message. If you restore the version, there won't be any message to anybody. You can try it out with my message at this page or you can try it out at Wikidata Sandbox (Q4115189) (I added two edits there, so you can play around with the undo/restore buttons and my edits without affecting another person - and I'm fine with it :) ).
Btw: of course it is much better to use the talk page to discuss things, as you did, but the revert-button can be quite handy, e.g. for removing vandalism. Just ask me if you have any other question.