First of all: I hope the title is not entirely confusing, if it is, I'm open to suggestions.
The thing is, I asked a question and someone gave an answer that I sort of liked BUT the answer only was like:
You can do something like what you are trying to do. Here is a very cool link that you can follow: somelink Some mild explanation about the link (a paragraph or so) ...
The link actually digs really deep into what I'm trying to do, so it answered the question I had BUT I sort of feel like I should not mark it as the "accepted answer" because the answer is to mainstream, sometimes less is more but I would like her/him to give a little example and I'm wondering if I can comment on his answer something like:
If you could give a small working example I will mark it as answer.
Is it allowed to tell the one who answered that I WILL mark it as accepted if they do a little more.
OR, should I just mark it as accepted answer?