Triggered by: shrinkwrap ("decal") around entire object?
After noticing my question (link above) was downvoted, I commented downstream. Yes, I have used SE for years, off and on. So I am very familiar with the way things work. I also understand gripping about downvotes just for being downvoted is pointless. That's why I'm here now on meta: I see no problem at all with the question (link above), its format, content, or intent. After trying, for several hours, to do what the question asks about without success, I researched for several hours more, until finally giving up and coming here ... This just irks the you know what out of me. And yes, I understand some users just downvote like Trolls.
I am one of those who firmly believe downvoting without comment should not be allowed. (Please don't tell us it would be too expensive for SE to hold such a volume of data. Drivespace is cheaper than dirt. And there are other algorithms which could facilitate this.)
Here's my comment (excerpted from my question's comments):
OK why the downvote? --- this is one of the reasons I hate stackexchange many times. Post a legitimate question ... in detail ... (It took me > 15 minutes to think out the question and step by step details, then I reviewed it, posted and then edited it several times, followed by an image added by request of a commentor.) So you downvote, but don't say WHY. How the heck is this supposed to help ANYONE? Off to Meta to whine ...
... And from the SE Horse's Mouth:
When should I vote down?
Use your downvotes whenever you encounter an egregiously sloppy, no-effort->expended post, or an answer that is clearly and perhaps dangerously incorrect.
My question met none of the downvoting criteria, IMO.
So please DO go downvote my question if it needs improvement or is off-base (which would baffle me if you think so). BUT tell me (US!) what is wrong with it, or how it could be improved.
To be fair and balanced (LOL) you could also support the cause and go UPVOTE the question :))
thank you for your time and consideration.