This is regarding this specific discourse:
Before I ask, I should point out that I understand that not everyone will agree with every answer, and that downvoting is part of the process here. I accept that my post may get downvoted, regardless of if it is correct or not. This is not a complaint, but more of a question about etiquette.
My question is this:
If I have provided an Answer and the OP has accepted it (even going so far as to comment that it worked), but the answer is being downvoted, what do I do?
As a member who has relatively low rep, I would normally just remove the answer I provided, especially if there is already another answer that explains it better than I can.
My question is something I can find no rules for, and I'd like to know what I should do in this situation.
Do I leave it, and risk losing more rep? (detrimental for a low rep user like myself)
Do I remove it, knowing full well it is the answer that fixed the problem?
I'll continue to edit it in the mean time. Hopefully I can reverse the votes :)