Earlier today I flagged an answer as "not an answer" and it's since been moved to a comment along with my original comment under the answer. The question I'm discussing is:
In case anything changes in the comments area the 'answer' was:
during 1996 l have found on an electronics magazine(probably'electronics for you' or elektor,i don't rember) on a project of an electronic"lcd clock"based on a wrist watch. where the signals for lcd display were amplified by using some pairs of SL100and SK-100 to drive 3&1/2 LED display connected in matix arrangement. I am still searching for the project.
During the first post review process I made the following comment and flagged it:
Welcome to the EE.SE! Until you locate the project and can provide further information though you shouldn't really post this as an answer. Once you have enough reputation it would be suitable as a comment but for the moment it would be better to hold-off until you've found the solution that answers the question.
Now I'm wondering if I delete my comment if the user will still receive any feedback if they haven't happened to be on the site since? I thought I'd leave the comment for the moment in case it means they won't get feedback but at the same time it may confuse the OP that it's somehow directed at them.