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There's a lot of answers that are really good and have a lot of Up Votes, but the user that make the question never marked it as Correct, there's a way that the community mark the answer as [Accepted]?

e.g. An answer have more than 10 Up-votes and It has been more than a month since the answer was made, and there's no feedback from the person who asked the question, some user (an excavator) could flag the answer as "Accepted".

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marked as duplicate by Bart, Daniel Fischer, random Feb 9 '13 at 22:58

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

No need.

"Accepted" means that the answer worked for the original asker.

Lots of upvotes meant that the community agreed with a particular answer.

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