Here's a related topic which partially helps me figure out my next step, but on the other hand it doesn't fully answer my question so it is not quite a duplicate: Exit strategies for "chameleon questions"
I am writing in relation to Dynamically Create Dynamic Arrays in VBA
I don't expect you to be able to provide an answer to the above linked question. Merging two given answers and the +1 comments from the TOP user in the vba and excel-vba tags should be enough to make conclusions.
After both questions were posted and up voted the OP showed up leaving a comment
Thank you for your answer mehow as always, and thank you too Mike Woodhouse, not quite what I was hoping for, but both very clever nevertheless I think. I´m going to update my question and see if that creates an answer that I´m happy with. – steinbitur
That is really nice of him to thank us both for the answers. He's being nice and polite. I can't say a bad word.
the question itself has been interpreted by 2+ people who decided to give an answer. Doesn't this make it clear enough for others too? The question has been given 2 different answers with alternative ways of solving the original problem.
The question, as it stands, is a reliable and good source of information.
What I am afraid is going to happen now, its that the OP will come back and change the meaning of his question and maybe narrow and localize the question to his specific problem.
It seems to me that the original problem has been solved and I can't really blame nobody for the misunderstanding but the OP. If the question made sense to 2 people then why change it?
I honestly pray this will not happen because everything looks spot on as it stands. Spot on, with one exception - the misunderstanding between the OP and the answerers.
I would feel really bad saying something like: your original problem should be solved now, if you have another question consider asking a new one.
What would be the right thing to do in this case? ( please, exclude waiting as an answer )
I have added a comment per @Gnat's suggestion
the problem as you stated it originally should be solved now, if you have another question consider asking a new one, based on what you have learned in this question. Try to avoid changing your question in a way that would invalidate existing good answers
Let's leave it there for now and see what happens
The OP sees my(@gnats) point and will ask another question. So leaving a constructive suggestion was a really good idea.