When reviewing answers in the "low quality post" section, I sometimes come across posts that are actually answers, but that are -- in my opinion -- bad or wrong answers. Stack Overflow deals with bad answers by voting down, not deletion.
However, I have the following choices to select from:
- Looks Good -- No it doesn't; it's just wrong.
- Edit -- I cannot repair the answer without entirely changing it (i.e. providing a completely different answer).
- Recommend Deletion -- I wouldn't recommend deleting it, as this is not what we (used to) do with posts we consider wrong or misleading.
- Not Sure -- No, I am sure it qualifies as answer (e.g. not as comment or spam or such), just not as very good one.
So, neither of these options seems to fit. The closest thing would be to visit the post, downvote and say "Looks Good", but that seems to be contradictory.
How is this supposed to be done?