There is a question that was recently closed for lacking clarity. Based on some comments from the poster, and the format of the question, I believe that the poster is not a native English speaker, and appears to be pretty knew to Stack as well.
The questioner might be making an effort to revise his/her question, but is probably struggling to get his/her question right. Read in the proper light, there might be a genuinely decent question there. But I am on the fence about whether I should engage further. Part of me, as a native English speaker, wants to help out and sympathizes a little, but part of me doesn't want to engage because it could be a lot of effort for little gain.
If a decent question is asked but has minimal or improper formatting we are generally forgiving. Also we are generally forgiving about questions from new posters that copy-and-paste images of their question, while gently discouraging them from doing that.
Nonetheless is there a threshold for knowing when to help encourage newish users, especially when it's clear they are English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) or English-as-a-Foreign-Language (EFL), vs. cutting losses and moving on?
The volume on QCSE is not huge and we want to be known as mostly welcoming, but simultaneously there are some genuinely bad/rude questions asked of all types.