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What should I do if I have another question about an asked question

If you are asking the person that wrote the text for clarification about what they said, it probably should be a comment. If you are asking about the English of the text, or about a “rule” that ...
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Screenshots in questions -- What should we do to discourage such behavior?

Screenshots are unacceptable. It causes problems for people who cannot see images (e.g. because they are blind or have bandwidth constraints). We could fix this by setting appropriate alt text on the ...
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Can I ask a question for the second time?

The big lesson learned here is to furnish as many details as you can when you first ask your question. When fewer details are furnished, the answers won’t be specifically tailored to your main ...
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Threshold for questions easily answered by Wikipedia?

I don't believe the Wikipedia page really answers this question. Concerning the stomach, Wikipedia says: The stomach is a muscular, hollow organ in the gastrointestinal tract of humans and many other ...
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Old answers help OP gets clear on what they want, but this would make them disqualified. Should new requests be added to the question?

Why not leave the original question in its original form, and then post a follow-on question that asks for something more specific? Of course, the new question should mention (and link to) the ...
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Need to confirm this question about the spelling of "Android" is on-topic here

In my opinion, your question is on-topic. Here are a few similar questions that were well-received: Is there a mnemonic that helps remembering when I should use "hate," and when "ate&...
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Threshold for questions easily answered by Wikipedia?

It strikes me that this question was actually about the frequent mis-use of stomach by native speakers, and/or the confusion of stomach with tummy. I can imagine an educated non-native speaker being ...
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