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How can I inform the community when I got a sufficient solution of my question? How to close my question?

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I want to close my question when it's solved. I already marked one answer for best solution.
asked Aug 29, 2018 in Support and help by eltopo00 (630 points)
retagged Aug 31, 2018 by eltopo00

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Just click "close" at the bottom of your question.
answered Aug 29, 2018 by Optimist on the run (Expert) (16,230 points)
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That is exactly what you do -- mark the answer as "best answer", possibly upvote. If there is no way anyone can come up with any other answer, you can close the question by clicking the "close", but that it is not recommended in general cases, since If I am right, it prevents also commenting from others, if they need something to clarify.
answered Aug 29, 2018 by Jakuje (Moderator) (89,980 points)
Thanx to both of you for fast answering. I didn't see that small button at the bottom - sorry!
@Jakule: I think closing the thread shows everybody that the questioner got satisfying infos. So nobody needs to rack his brains any longer ...
"Best answer" looks like "relatively well" (in my opinion): up to now it's the best answer I've got. Maybe some better answers arrive ...
Would you agree or am I wrong?
I've closed my "questions" when they're bug reports, and the issue has been resolved. Otherwise I tend to keep them open. After a while they'll drop off the bottom of the screen into the oblivion that is the fate of all forum posts...
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