The most up voted answer to this question is wrong, and I don't want other people to use it. I already commented, but since there are other comments, it's not apparent for someone quickly viewing the answer. Also, I found the correct solution on another forum. How can I accept a right answer when they are not just unhelpful but wrong?
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As well as posting and accepting your own answer as suggested by Jack, you could comment on and/or down-vote the incorrect answers.
Down-voting is the correct response for something that is incorrect.
One word of warning. Be careful if you decide to down-vote all the other answers. This could be seen as suspicious activity by some people.