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Why was my custom flag declined for an answer which addresses a different product from the OP's question?

One of the answers for the post [Disable peek in Visual Studio Code][1] tells how to disable the requested feature in a completely different product. While Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code share a similar name, nearly everything about them, including their source code language and settings interface, are different.

To me, this is a similar situation to asking the question "How to I change the theme in Chrome" and getting the response "In Firefox, you go to the Add Ins menu." Yeah, they're both browsers, and that information might help future readers if the question had a wider scope to include both products, but the question clearly states the intended product.

I clearly think this answer is Not An Answer because [oranges are not answers][2].

I made a custom moderator flag for the post

gunr2171 / TameWildWordChain
Created Sep 30, 2015
A solution to the problem in the comment of Main
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using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.IO;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;
using System.Threading.Tasks;
namespace TameWildWordChain
class Program
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// this should be reviewed and expanded, then put into the main list
// ==UserScript==
// @name My Fancy New Userscript
// @namespace http://your.homepage/
// @version 0.1
// @description enter something useful
// @author You
// @match*
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