I left a comment on an answer which I believe is only a frame challenge to the question about imposing a "Limit Curse" on a player. This is what I said in that comment:
This answer is only a frame challenge, and therefore it does not answer the question asked. You are supposed to answer the Q first, and then challenge the frame later.
I link to the answer to the question, "How do we handle a desire to challenge the frame of a question?" because it gives the following guidelines, in my own words:
Still answer the question, even if you don't like it
Make sure the frame challenge is not most of your answer
Don't be upset if you are downvoted
For leaving the above comment, I have been told I was doing an inappropriate action. That is, I shouldn't let people know answers that are only frame challenges are not actually delivering what the querent wants.
My view of it is, even if I disagree with a particular Q, if I have the knowledge to challenge the frame of it, then I should also have the foresight to suggest ways on how to execute ideas which I believe can make the best out of a bad situation.
For example, in the linked question, if Ben truly wanted to go with executing his Limit Curse, then I have suggestions for what I believe to be the best way of executing that despite my opinion that it's best he should not do it at all. However, after giving my answer, I will still challenge his frame afterwards. I believe that is a proper frame challenge.
This is also why I think answers that are only frame challenges are not actually answers.
And so, to the thing I would like to hear the Stack's answers for: if an answer is only a frame challenge, is it appropriate or inappropriate to point it out in the comments? Should I leave it be?