For this example, I shouldn't be shown marked answers when the OP has a reasonable reputation (i.e. they are not a newbie).
I know that marked answers (even up voted ones) can sometimes be dubious, but in this case:
- the OP has a reasonable amount of reputation
- the question is not down voted
- the answer has been marked as correct by the OP
- the answer has been up voted (if done by the OP then that is even more reason to not show it here)
If that argument fails to sway you, consider it this way: what am I supposed to do here?
- there is nothing wrong with the answer to warrant a down vote or flag
Not sureis an inappropriate action as there appears to be nothing to be "not sure" about
- up voting the answer simply to get to the next one in the queue is also inappropriate
- if I cannot adequately "review" this answer somebody else will be forced into the same situation of either needlessly up voting or doing another action simply to get past it
Another possible solution would be to have a
Looks fine to me option.
Edit: as per the suggestion in the comment from from Yannis, if there is a Looks good to me option, using it should not count towards the review badges (so the badge requirements do not change at all).
An example of the need for a
Looks good to me option is this late answer. There is nothing wrong with the answer, but currently the only affirmative review action I can take on it is to up vote it - which I shouldn't do. Why not? Because there are two other answers there that could be equally valid that haven't been up voted, but this late answer will get up voted simply because it popped up in the late answer queue, in my book that is wrong.