I see too many repeated questions in this thread and lots of questions ignored or only half answered. For me personally I simply get lost in such a jumble, and the only way out and to keep my own sanity is to put in those links and refrain from further commenting on the content on such threads.
It’s a psychology thing. OP has some problem, and it’s inherently difficult to explain a problem if you don’t know what the problem is. Related to that, when writing down some text, details are always skipped, often because the seem “logical” or “straight forward”. But if there is some misconception in the base assumptions under a question, these also get skipped over for the same reasons.
When trying to examine those underlying base assumptions, It sometimes happens that the “other party” fiels belittled, or not taken seriously for “asking for the known road”.
Over the years I’ve read both those texts, multiple times, even though they’re quite long. I do not know if OP has even read more than a sentence of them. If he did, then it seems he has not bothered to give any feedback on it. Which is exactly the point of the whole thing. It’s a wild assumption, but it seems OP is to focused on his own problem to even notice the blinds he’s put on and those texts were “too far away” from his current problem to bother reading.
Now your immediate problem seems resovled, have a look at the links I posted.
These manuals on how to ask questions are written by experienced people who have seen a lot of mis-communications on forums, and have thought carefully about the misconceptions under these miscommunications.