A short well written question, or a detailed description question, In-line pics, model file, pdf..., difficult or easy answer?
What makes you press "back" the quickest?
I prefer posts well written (could be short or long) with all information like error message screen shot, OS details, system details, SOLIDWORKS version and SP. In case of modelling, what has been the progress so far, etc.
The most thing to hit back button is the post title that descries nothing about the problem.
Ryan Enos: A short well written question, or a detailed description question, In-line pics, model file, pdf..., difficult or easy answer? What makes you press "back" the quickest?
I will rarely open a pdf. Showing some progress, or at least an attempt to solve the problem, is more likely to get a response than "please do this for me". Other than that, pretty much what Deepak said.
I usually like to reply to a question that I know little of, that way Deepak and Glenn and others can keep me straight - good way to learn - Sometimes I like to reply to SW bashers, rather that can be my biggest weakness...
The "hurry" to the - back button - "Could you do this for me"
Haha, but does anybody use "I have this question too?"
also, why doesn't my display pic show?
Use the "Insert image" button as shown in the picture below.
Sorry I mean like my avatar, it shows a silhouette in threads
I like to see screenshots and the files attached. I am still on SW2014 so I can't help anyone who asks a vague question and attaches a model only. But if there is a screenshot sometimes I will try to duplicate the geometry on my own and come up with a solution.
I like to reply to the kind of threads I can answer, otherwise I don't think my answers will be of much use.
So when you don't know the answer do you ever choose "I have this question too?"
I have never clicked that button. Usually its because if I find an existing thread that matches my question it is likely to be old and so I conclude that nobody knew the answer or else it would already be answered. Does clicking that option bump the discussion to the top of the chronological list? Then I might use it.
I think Its supposed to show potential answerers how many people they would be helping, and to show the asker that they asked a good question
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