So I was reviewing, and this answer had to be reviewed.
I added a comment explaining that this didn't solve the hot corner part of the question and was probably better as a comment on the OP, and it told me I failed the audit.
It became clear it was a popular answer, but in my limited view I would first add this as a comment, if this solves the question, then move it to an answer. It seems strange to base the 'correct' answer of the audit on the hindsight knowledge that the OP accepted this as the answer.
Also the fact that there is a real answer containing hot corners(which I saw in another audit as well, so 2 audits based on 1 question) that does answer the question fully.
This audit's correct answer is debatable.