No problem, sorry. I just wanted to point out what might have happened to Venik 212.
What happened to me was that I wrote the English translation without the hyphen and without the exclamation point. It was accepted but the same text with hyphen and exclamation point was presented as an "alternative translation." Which is fine. And of course there was no "should be accepted" reporting item, as the answer already had been accepted.
It just does not explain why Venik's solution was rejected – if that is what he meant by "marked as being wrong."