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My approach is to actively close the question as "Unclear what you're asking" so they can't get any answers unless they fix their question. Unless it's a moderator, the question cannot be re-opened unless there is an edit made to it. Some people see this as being overly assertive. I admit it has made me a little trigger happy on some sorts of questions. ...


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No. Try to flesh it out into a complete answer first, then post it. Failing that, answer a few other questions to gain the comment everywhere privilege, and then post a comment. (You've already done the latter, but I'm answering for the benefit of others who might share this question)


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