I was just concerned whether any user can ask reason for changing accepted answer or not. Nobody change accepted answer until finding better answer. Then why someone points on someone about their decision.
I was just concerned whether any user can ask reason for changing accepted answer or not.
I did it recently. I saw a -15 in my votes on a topic. 3 reasons got me leaving a comment to why:
- The topic was 2 months old and had no changes to it. So that was something I considered weird. So why was it acceptable for 2 months?!
- I wanted to know if I messed something up and could improve my answer.
- From my perspective my answer was better (more universal) than the newly accepted one.
So yes, I think it should be possible to ask someone to motivate it. But the OP of course does not need to respond ;)
I think you are talking about this one: Which distribution to choose while downloading Skype from its official site for Ubuntu 13.10?
I asked "why you changed your accepted answer?" because you did twice. One to change from Radu's answer to mine, and another to change from mine to Radu's. Then I saw that you commented Radu's answer to get help with Enable both: two finger scrolling and edge scrolling permanently . Is odd that when someone change accepted answers so frequent one gets to wonder "why", "what is this user doing", "did any of them didn't do the work", "why not comment", "what answer was really the one that solved OP's problem".
The timeline of the question: https://askubuntu.com/posts/373098/timeline