I've made a few comments on an old post, which was (unfortunately, IMHO) closed as OT.
Some appended to some answers, trying to contribute and provide more info and evidence on them, but another comment I posted under the current top answer of the question.
Which happens to make some statements that are not true.
I thought it was important to point that out to whoever might stumble upon that question again in the future. I can provide evidence that it's not true, and honestly anyone could easily verify that, since it only involves a standard feature in every Windows for more than 10 years.
The original poster of the question however, did not like my comment clarifying that his answer was stating something untrue. He proceeded to call me a troll, and somehow even deleted my comment.
I made a second comment, saying that I wasn't being a troll, pointed out my other comments on the other answers, and said that I believed that behaviour was counter-productive.
This comment was AGAIN deleted.
Sorry if I'm missing something obvious, and I hope I'm asking this in the right place. I'm somewhat new here but anyone can check my activity and verify that I'm definitely not a troll.
Is this to be expected? If not, how should I deal with this?
Adjunct: Also, the relevant question was closed due to "You are asking an off-topic question (software shopping)." which it honestly was not. The author described a problem and asked if there was a feasible way to solve it. (Because maybe it wasn't even technically possible.) As it turns out, there is a way, and it's native to Windows, which have more than 70% of all desktops user base. I don't see how that's off topic. Specially considering I've arrived there more than two years after it was asked looking for a solution to the exact same problem.
PS: I already flagged his comment calling me a troll, giving the relevant info and reason in the 'ticket' for the moderator that would come to check my flag. Next time I checked the answer, his comment had been deleted, but that was it. (My comment was already deleted before that.)
And his answer is still the top answer on the question, and is saying untrue things.