For some reason this keeps happening on the EE Stack Exchange, but rarely (if ever) on Stack Overflow: I get stuck on something and pose a question that will hopefully solicit perspectives that lead to a solution, and there's some helpful troubleshooting but messy threads and weak answers. Here's my latest example.
- Am I just writing bad questions, or coming at it with the EE Stack Exchange with the wrong expectation?
- In the case of this particular thread, is it best to accept Lloyd's answer which helped me most in solving my problem (and might be best for future visitors), or should I create my own half-answer and accept it? I didn't dive down into why recreating a template solved the problem because I could happily move on, but I don't want laziness to prevail if there's a better practice.
Thanks for your patience, and please don't be shy critiquing anything I've said or done. I'm looking to be more constructive around here!