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Is it possible to correct an answer acception?

I answered this question in January 2011 and the questioner accept the answer! But today my answer is wrong and somone other answered it correct.

What is now the rigth way? To correct the acception flag or must I correct my answer?

marked as duplicate by Jason Salaz, Kyle Cronin Feb 9 '12 at 12:10

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That's a tough one, I think that the only way to be safe from this happening too much is to limit or proviso your answers in some way. "As of today..." or "At the current version 4 of X..."

Things always change. What is not possible today may well be added tomorrow.

I would correct your answer noting that it was right at the time of going to press, as it were, and then add a comment to the question that points out the new answer is in fact more appropriate.

I am afraid I do not yet know how the system works with regards to removing acceptance flags.

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