I'm in little confusion today. While reviewing Low Quality Posts, I encountered this post. I was curious that why the answerer is so confident. So, I just viewed their profile and this site and found the answerer is the CEO of company behind that software.
I remember reading a meta post on Unix & Linux where a mod deleted the answer by the original developer/author of the project and after going deeper they undone their decision.
In my opinion the answers by the authors/CEO matters the most since at the end they are answerable for any thing in their software. Considering that, I clicked on "Looks OK". Was my action appropriate here? If not, what is the appropriate action on such posts? Should we leave a comment under the answer and let the other reviewers know that they are the original developer/author/CEO and save the answer from getting deleted?