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Sometimes after I receive a good answer to a question, the poster will leave an additional suggestion for me as they have done for my most recent question. This sparks my curiosity, and I would like them to elaborate further. But I want to make sure I don't steer the post off topic in doing so. Would it be better to frame this request as a separate question or simply leave a comment asking for more information?

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    By all means open a chat-room (link to open new room at the bottom) and hash something out, but comments are ephemeral as you know and we don't function well hosting discussions. If it leads to a new question then all the better for the site. May 12 at 0:04

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Post it as a new question. You can include a link back to the original to make the context clear, but it's not necessary.

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  • They should put what is needed to ask their question in their post, not just at a link.
    – philipxy
    May 12 at 21:36

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