The whole reason I bothered to leave a comment was to help with the next one. I also left a link to a tutorial about posting, which should increase your chances of receiving help with later questions.
It takes very little to not reply to a thread, one click to close the tab. 230 views here and 380 there, you’re not engaging community help in either forum. It’s not about how well you can describe your problem which is quite easy, image(s) and a bit of text is often enough. It’s what tools you leave to look into your problem and help replying your thread with answers, instead of questions and guesses. And it’s a community so ideally multiple different suggestions from multiple people to solve the problem.
Beginners can make simple questions very hard to answer when they don’t know how to do that. “Why my object doesn’t render” - I have at least 9 answers to that. I sure as hell won’t list them all and spend an evening making a mini tutorial, explaining what those all mean and how to check them, especially when I would be assuming that the answer is one of them instead of something unusual. When the poster is an advanced user, it’s pretty much a guarantee that the answer is not obvious and really need to be able to troubleshoot it properly.