A lot of the close votes are "unclear what you're asking". Just a refresher, here's an explanation of what this option means and tells the asker:
Please clarify your specific problem or add additional details to highlight exactly what you need. As it's currently written, it’s hard to tell exactly what you're asking. See the How to Ask page for help clarifying this question.
My problem is that I think this option is being used in an incorrect way, and I want to make sure I'm getting this correctly. This option should be used if there's no real question, and the asker does not really give a clear problem that he needs to fix, right? That's what I'm thinking.
But I feel that people are using this option when the asker has not put enough information about his problem. As in, we'll most likely need to ask him for output, specs, or what he "sees" for example. I don't think this type of question falls under the "unclear what you're asking". Am I correct?
I tried VLC, KM player and Movie player as well. None of them work.
Movie player shows error. VLC and KM player do nothing. Whats the solution?
I use Ubuntu 12.04. Please explain elaborately.
The problem is crystal clear, he doesn't need to add additional details to highlight exactly what he needs, and it's easy to tell exactly what he's asking. It's just that there's not enough information on the actual problem.
Is this question being flagged correctly? I've been seeing a few of these in the close votes queue. I started opting to leave them open, and add a comment to give us more information. Is this the correct action, or am I understanding the "unclear what you're asking" close vote the wrong way?