We can all imagine questions about circuits that don't require a schematic. But what about examples such as: "I have a 12V circuit that pulses a buzzer, but it is too quiet. What can I do do make it louder?"
I think it's crazy that we should even have to ask for details, yet it happens so often that I begin to lose faith in humanity. People are providing help with no cost out of pocket, and askers can't be bothered to help us help them? It's one thing if they are just ignorant. But what if they are asked and they still don't feel the need?
The latest one I see is this question: Open switch that will turn on an LED without power drain
OP asks if their LED "circuit" can be made without continuously drawing power. We could answer conceptually and literally (Dave Tweed's answer). We can provide circuit diagrams that we think would work. But why should people be posting circuits when it's possible that OP is already using the same thing? Perhaps they just have a single component value that needs tweaking.
I think it's a waste of people's time and a waste of space on this site for answers that are all guessing what OP needs, when OP hasn't even properly communicated what they currently have. Too often there will be 5 answers before OP goes "Oh, guys, I was actually doing this other thing, so your answers are irrelevant."
I know there's the option of voting to close the question on the grounds of it being "unclear what you're asking". But is this even a candidate for being closed? I feel like it's somewhere in the middle. I'm wondering specifically if the LED question is a good condidate for either being closed or downvoted...Or if I'm just bitter and need to check myself.