The majority may have disagreed that their decision made a child of coolies eligible to be POTUS and rejected that contention of the dissenter.
The question before the Court as stated by the majority concerned only the citizenship and citizenship rights of Wong, not his NBC status, which is not a citizenship right.
The decision equated Wong's citizenship rights with the rights of the natural born while maintaining a distinction between the two. NBC status is not a right but rather it is a condition of birth. The court did not say that Wong was NBC.
Quite true. No reason for them to, as the issue was not in play. It also did not say Wong was not NBC.
The issue won't be settled till the Supreme Court rules. I'm good with that.