Sorry to those who were dragged to this "literature contest", as someone has pointed out because felt that I offended him/her (besides me and the community manager). I have a few words for him in the end.
I will explain everything chronologically right now, you could read it or skip it - it is up to you. Spoiler alert - no offense in any wording will be there.
When I started this thread I was really asking for help. So it is not an attention-seeking or a trolling playground from the beginning. Shortly, I think like in a few days I figured out the issue of my problem on my own by testing os with different drivers. I left the solution that worked for me and wrote it with as many relevant details as possible to help others who will face the same problem and replied to everyone who posted in neutral language. like really, no jokes. I did point out to people that they didn't read posts carefully. Because well you could say that I am mean by pointing that and I am somehow punishing people by saying so, but you really do not count that I spent my effort as well by explicitly rejecting one of the causes of such problem to save the time of other people. And the only way I could do this is by reading others' help posts before I posted mine. So when you blame someone for not appreciating the effort and willingness of the others you should also remember that people who ask for help spend their effort too. And seeing that people answer you without even normally reading you post you put effort into is insulting. You could debate this, but I am just leaving my perspective of this.
So the real toxicity started when the community manager replied to me. Again you could disagree I am just telling my view and story. At the first, he helped me to understand the post of the man I thought was insulting me by saying stuff I didn't understand. Again I wrote that in the original reply that I am not a native speaker and it was true. I said that I didn't understand and it was true. I suggested he write his comment again in a simpler language because I was not sure was he insulting me or trying to help. At the end of my reply, I thanked him for trying. This was a trigger moment, because yes - the community manager did understand that I didn't understand him and explained what happened, but later added (I still don't understand why - it was irrelevant in my opinion) very defensive text: like we are all here 100% volunteers so be polite with us. This triggered me because I deliberately tried to be polite and neutral and yet I somehow become the abuser. So I started to f**ck around with the community manager by playing dumb and insisting that I am very stupid at English just to get this nerve. Yes, it was wrong. But that is just how I reacted. I am not proud of this. Well, the joke didn't play well, everyone started to hate me. And I guess for a reason. I admit I may have a bad taste of humor and could have responded to him in the direct message (but I didn't realize that it was a thing at that moment). While you may think that I am a bad guy - I really didn't plan to joke around with people and was just asking for help. And tried to be as neutral as possible. Maybe the fact that I was neutral was insulting. I don't really know at this point. But if it is the case I explain: I believe that being polite for no reason is just fake and insulting. Hope it makes it clear now - I didn't plan to hate you or whatever. Like I said what it is literally written in my posts (no addition, no subtraction is needed to read my post). The context is there. No hidden meaning. F8ck.
I think people have interpreted my responses to commenters as some form of insult or trolling. I still don't get what is wrong in saying nothing bad, just neutrally pointing out that they read carelessly, which they did. As one of the people pointed out, who ironically become the trigger of this bu77$hit storm. (Hey dude sorry if you feel bad about my words, this whole English and approachable stuff - I didn't mean to insult you I was just replying thinking that you are the another who posts things without reading or even insulting me somehow. Ironically, I was the one who didn't understand what you read and started this nonsense. You did nothing wrin. Sorry)
In the end, I want to directly address the community manager:
While I was f**king around with you, you have insulted me by adding this 2 cents in the first of your post like I was hating peple who try to help me. You could think of yourself as a right guy who prevents community from toxicity but by saying that you triggered me for stupid things I am ashamed right now. I admit I should not have done it, but in the end of the day we all react based on feelings aspecially when we are insulted.
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So good job, community manager. You are really good at English by spotting toxicity where it was absent and triggering another user for defensive toxic speech. Nice community management! Hope you are proud of creating a $hitstorm on an empty place. I guess by being "community manager" - when you hold a hammer everything looks like f**king nails.
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I really apologize for my childish toxicity - I should have really just ignored toxic 2 cents of the community manager's first reply.
it is actually funny, in the end, I helped myself with no help from other, just spent time replying to people. So these words about this 100% volunteering support and that I must be thankful to useless reply when no one did really help me sound like someone is asking for attention and gratitude like a child.
One more important thing:
I never said that I don't appreciate someone's help and that I demand someone to solve my problem (even when I started to play dumb and f**k with the community manager). He (the community manager) just throw it into discussion and everyone started to agree with him, which was a big shock to me because I thought people will just stop me and the community manager. but no - in the end, I am the "bad guy who started to be toxic on my own and don't respect others effort". bruh.
P.S am I toxic or just this community is super sensitive?
I seek no excuse - I was wrong.