I flagged this answer as "not an answer", however it was declined with the reason "flags should not be used to indicate technical inaccuracies, or an altogether wrong answer". The entire answer is "Do you have tryed to put a png image in the wrapper?". Another user posted the comment that "This is not an answer." which got a couple of upvotes. Why was it declined? It hardly seems like anything other than a question or a comment from a user with not enough rep to do so.
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It was a suggestion, phrased in the form of a question rather than in the form of a command. It's still an attempt to answer the question, it was just phrased grammatically as a rhetorical question.
In such cases the answer doesn't need to be deleted. It should simply be edited so that it's grammatically in the form of a statement and not a question. I have done this for this particular post.
In the case of this post it is also of low quality as the suggestion is not explained, it does not go into depth, and based on what I can see of others' reactions, didn't actually help solve the problem. These are all reasons to downvote the post, but not to delete it or flag for moderator attention.