What do you think of, how do practice, using bold text in answers? Or even UPPER CASE text?
All I can say is that Larian's answer addressed the question in my opinion far more directly and neutrally then you did. Your answer read to me like an aggressive political advert and the same points could probably have been made by someone else without me giving it a downvote
Hey, you can attack me for what kind of impressions your answer made on me, or you can consider rereading your answer and figuring out why it created those impressions. And if I can give any tips, your way of using bold texts definitely was a first red flag.
What can we learn about writing answers so that the format attracts upvotes rather than downvotes?
What does it take for "aggressive" in an answer to be seen as a good thing, and that in spite of this site's "It is never appropriate to be mocking or hostile" policy?
For example, in this answer I called the claim "low-grade rubbish" and was congratulated for being "brutal".
David also said,
Since the edit (just saw it) it has become a lot better so that's definitely something