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You don't need to post an "as-if-answer" to bump your question.

Better edit the question. This will also bring it back to the top of the running ticker askbot makes of a frequented site using it. You may add something like "Editing: Problem still alive and even more urgent." You may also edit your question providing some additional information or making it even more clear than it was from the beginning.

You don't need to post an "as-if-answer" to bump your question.

Better edit the question. This will also bring it back to the top of the running ticker askbot makes of a frequented site using it. You may add something like "Editing: Problem still alive and even more urgent." You may also edit your question providing some additional information or making it even more clear than it was from the beginning.

(I did not visit your 17 questions now, and I cannot judge therefore if your statement about succinctness and clarity is unquestionable or if something @gabix hinted to might apply.)

You don't need to post an "as-if-answer" to bump your question.

Better edit the question. This will also bring it back to the top of the running ticker askbot makes of a frequented site using it. You may add something like "Editing: Problem still alive and even more urgent." You may also edit your question providing some additional information or making it even more clear than it was from the beginning.

(I did not visit your 17 questions now, and I cannot judge therefore if your statement about succinctness and clarity is unquestionable or if something @gabix hinted to might apply.)

apply.)

(Editing:)
Having posted a first answered to this meta-question I chose another one of yours posted yesterday:
Quoting @catbill: "Sometimes can't select image in header"
Yes I had read this question yesterday, and I did not try an answer. 'Writer' is not my main concern and I did not expect a quick result. Why?

Is the "header" you are talking of a 'Header' in the technical sense defined for the page style, or may it be a frame or a paragraph formatted in a 'Heading...' style or something else you created for the purpose.
(Many users don'tworry much about terminology.)
Are some images selectable by clicking and others not? - or
Is the same image now selectable and next time not?
Did you set or edit any properties for the image?
...?
Based on the information I found I didn't know an answer.
To ask for additional information I lacked the time.
I saw you had enough "karma" to upload an example .odt showing the issue (for you).
I saw you were already member for about 10 months and would know that such an example is the best if not only way to get a useful answer (soon).

What's just succinct and what's too incomplete is not always that easy to say.