I recently posted a question closely related to (but not identical to) this one. I promise not to continue posting variants.
That said: I have just voted to close this question as "unclear what you're asking", because it's entirely unclear what the OP is asking.
However, in casting that vote, I am also automatically inviting this poster to "please clarify your specific problem or add additional details". I do not actually want this poster to clarify the problem or add additional details, and I wish I could cast this close vote, for this reason, without having to issue that invitation. Ought the phrase "Unclear what you're asking", unadorned, be made available as a reason for closing?