Catalina and iOS 13 brought in a lot of new users and they try to be polite and helpful and write answers like:
I was having the same problem, my MacBook Pro, model xxxx, macOS xxxx was not doing this. I was having the exact problem as you but I am explaining it in a way that I think was unique to me. I am also posting some other symptoms of the same problem. What I did to solve it was change this setting, toggle that switch and reboot.
Hope it helps.
What are the editing suggestions for such answers? Should there be a threshold, like approximately gauging what part of the answer solves the problem and exceeding it warrants an edit?
I am aware of the thanks rule which should be done along with other improvements that build up to something. However I am split over the usefulness of the details, and the clutter they create.
Often I have left answers with a line break between details and solution while removing the hope. Is there a better way?
This, however, feels like a good solution: