I'd recently answered this question, when a mod promoted it to the homepage from the tumbleweed bin.
This seemed to be a common question to me, and I found a similar question posted. This latter one has more activity, and more stars. Even though it has already been answered, it might make a better place to put my answer. Then the first questionI lnked could be moderated as a dupe.
I wonder that this is a good strategy, too, since the person who asked the question in January has been missing for many months.
So, my question might be: is a bit of overlap in questions better to provide more of a footprint, or have fewer very density answers?