All I'm saying is that it's something to think about for the future in terms of how to frame an issue which you believe is a bug, but which is open to doubt .
I'm glad you took the time to explain, because indeed I experienced it as.... well... not really a personal attack but as an unnecessary attack.
Your respons was a statement of a fact, but which kind? Like I said the way I used it was quite a normal term after the investigation I did. So I couldn't do anything with it and it was no answer to the question.
If you say it's to do your best to help frame questions differently in the future, it proves my point that people have to walk on their toes in many occasions (not always as I stated, that was a not true) to ask some questions. Even if it's to prevent being corrected instead of the question getting answered.
I too have a support forum, we answer the question and if necessary after that (can be in the same post) advise on what a better way ways to ask it. Mostly means giving more information about what's asked or what's already tried. But normally we just help the users without correcting them, because often correcting is not accepted very well by users. Depends too on how the correction is done and framed.
In my believe on a forum, especially a global support forum, people (from over the world, often not English native) should rather feel more free to ask questions without having to consider every sentence on how they going to build up or frame that sentence to prevent correction. Which is often not only difficult but also time consuming.
That's still how I feel and experience it, sorry. So it does explains that you did not response emotive, but it's not of help to me.
Having to overthink a lot how to frame something and writing that way takes way the lust and the fun for even writing on the forum and also takes removes the feeling to help others, but rather stay away if possible.
No hard feelings towards you on my behalf.