I've flagged this post as "not an answer" and my flag was declined, but I'm not sure why.
The given reason for declining was as follows:
declined - flags should not be used to indicate technical inaccuracies, or an altogether wrong answer
However, I didn't flag it because I thought it was wrong, but because I felt that it doesn't attempt to answer the question.
To my understanding, the question is basically:
How do I get the achievement that says "Perform a 180 powerslide with both the Cristiano and Spinner Wheels"? (with focus on what counts as a powerslide).
The answer was basically:
"These wheels don't exist. Here is a list of wheels in the game" (and thus it didn't attempt to answer the question).
Now, that the wheels don't exist was wrong, but even if that sentence wasn't there, a list of wheels still doesn't attempt to answer any part of the question in my opinion.
My question is: Is it justified to flag a post like this, where the answer deals with a similar topic and the poster had the intention to help, but the post doesn't actually include an answer to the question?
Or is this type of flag only for completely off-topic things like "Thank you" answers etc.? Should I have flagged it differently or should I just downvote answers that don't answer the question like this (regardless of quality)?