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If the questioner selects my answer as the correct one, can I still go and edit the answer or is it frozen?

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why would you ask this here instead of just trying it? – Kip Sep 24 '09 at 13:56
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Yes, you can edit it, and so can anyone with editing rights. Just because it was selected doesn't mean it can't be improved.

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When something is selected as the accepted answer, all it really does is provide a visual identifier which one the original question asker believes is the best answer or the answer that solves their problem, along with a 15 point bonus. There are absolutely no locking features on the checkmark (except you can't delete your answer...thanks Jon)

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Not quite true - it's locked in that you (as the author) can no longer delete it. – Jon Skeet Sep 24 '09 at 14:12

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