I need a bit more extended information on how should I behave in these situations to reduce unanswered amount of questions like:
if the comment appears to be an answer provided by me and the user accepts it or the user solves his own question by his own, what are my next steps? I should manage a user to accept my answer and I'm going to write that comment as an answer so he could accept it? And I should to encourage the user to write and accept his own solution if he found his own way out of a problem?
How to act if the user accepts the comment as the answer even though it seems like not a common problem and answers to this question may vary and it's more than likely to be about user's specific environmental issues, should it be considered and marked as off-topic?
Because sometimes it happened even to me that the user found his own way out or accepted my as an answer, says: "thanx anyways" which is fine but then just disappears :) and the question seems to be solved but with no exact answer.
and the third I like the functionality of the forum it's fine for me and I have my feature request, it's just my opinion don't judge it :-) maybe somebody held this question before or it's useless but as I know forum can convert answers to comments automatically happened even to me back then when I didn't have enough rep for commenting so the feature basics is that it could convert a comment to an answer only in a case if it's fully accepted as an answer by the owner of the question.
Thank you for reading :-)