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If the first field is a quantity for an item then it's probably best not to align in and instead make them in one line: Item 1 10 x 300 USD or 10 x Item 1 @300USD 3000 USD Your version 1 is, IMO, horrible; it implies similarity where there is none. Similar things should look similar, while different things should look different.
Decimal numbers should always align on the decimal. In desktop publishing software, you'd use a decimal tab stop just for this. It's what it was designed for. In HTML, alas, this can be a bit tricky as there is no concept of the decimal tab stop. There are two solutions: Use monospaced fonts, make sure every number has the same number of decimal places ...
A simple stroll through Thesaurus.com's list of synonyms should help you decide what you like, if anything. If nothing jumps out, simply stay with edit: I don't think you'd have any issues with edit, as it's pretty standard. That said, if you really want to go with something else, I'd go with one of these, from the list above: revise adapt alter Out ...
"edit" is fine. You could use it more verbosely e.g. "edit this content" "edit this page" I can't see an issue with edit being confused with yours or someone else's content. If the author of the post is displayed that is.
Considering that you are talking about the edit button/option on posts, you can be clear and direct, something like "edit this post", or "edit this message". If the post and the options are enclosed on a box or on the same area delimited by something like a shadow, the "this" used on the button is very clear. If you don't have that kind of design and ...
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