I asked a general question to which I received some answers that were ok, but not really a solution. I narrowed the problem down to one very specific thing, which is much narrower than the original question. Should I just edit the original, or should I make a new question?
I ask since the answers to the more general question are useful, but only if you haven't yet worked your way to the specific question. So, people wouldn't be searching for the narrow question when they need the information provided in the answers to the original.
(In this case the original question to what would be the narrower is: 'How to create keybindings for a custom minor mode in Emacs' ==> 'How to get the kbd macro to work in a list within a custom minor mode definition in Emacs')