I’m not aware of any automated penalty, but I find I like to do editing of things that are needing thought in another app like drafts or notepad and then past it in here when I don’t have the full question / answer editor. Also - consider putting up a proper answer if your comment isn’t a short item that clarifies the comment.
I don’t know of any comments ...
Comment flags can only be acted upon (resulting in the deletion of the comment) or declined, there is no option to provide feedback (which is actually optional also for flags on post).
I didn't handle the flags on these comments, but I would have declined them as well. The comments show good community actions on helping a new user to understand the site ...
In general comments are considered to be temporary information which can (and sometimes will) get deleted once the objective/purposed of it is reached.
The purpose of comments as such is documented in the Help Center:
You should submit a comment if you want to:
Request clarification from the author;
Leave constructive criticism that guides the author in ...
Since all those comments included me, I'm posting an answer.
Original comment suggested using userscripts to toggle autoplay, but I later realised that there might not be such button at all, so I provided an alternative, in an answer to your question.
I don't contend deletion of the comments, I myself often clean up after they are obsolete and flag for ...
Comments are always ephemeral at best, so everyone please get answers should be in the answer Field and not in comments. I’ll see if it’s easy to salvage what’s there, but might post a screen shot and let you sort it based on how comfortable I am making a value decision on the comments.
It seems flags can not re-flagged, given this check
You have already raised this type of flag and can no longer reraise it
So users who accidentally "dismiss" flags should be deleting the comments when flagging was legitimate.