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You may want to read the following resource about asking effective questions: http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
If you are having trouble, we are able to offer much more effective help if you provide a minimal reproducible example.
Suitable for open-ended conversations, troubleshooting, showing off…
Suitable for bug reports, feature requests, and patch submissions.
Suitable for questions that (probably) have definitive answers (“How do I…?”). It doesn’t work so well for back-and-forth conversations, which are better suited to GitHub Discussions.
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