I flagged an answer as spam (relevant question here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/22513790/how-to-convert-cmt-files-to-jpg-or-png/22513975#22513975) and the flag was disputed. As far as I can see, the answer basically boils down to "You can buy this software here [link] and it'll do what you need.
In addition to this, a real answer to the question would be rather lengthly (through my own research, which I posted as a comment to the question) and it's probable that no answer would be able to completely answer the question as is.
I do understand that it means a 10k user disagreed with my flag, but I'm curious as to why. Is this not spam?