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I asked a question (to be specific, this one) about four months ago and got a completely satisfying answer.

In the meantime I continued my project and built my own solution for the problem by slightly modifying the answer I have gotten, and new questions concerning the same project turned up. They're quite specific and can't be asked in a meaningful way without referring to the project itself.

How should I ask them? Should I ask them as comments in the old question? Should I open new questions? Or should I do something different?

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    IMHO the best thing would be opening a new question with a clear reference to the first one, and building up on that. Scientific paper style. – Rmano Jun 14 '14 at 4:23
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    @MaxD: I suggest opening a new question, with clear explanations why the first question (refer to it) was solved and why/how new 'problems' appeared, otherwise it could be endangered by 'close-voters' (;-)) as duplicate. I would refrain from adding comments to your old question, since comments have to be short and will be probably not noticed at all (especially in old questions) – user31729 Jun 14 '14 at 4:49
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    This is very similar to I've just been told I have to post a follow-up question, why and how?... even though you've "not been told". – Werner Jun 14 '14 at 5:00

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