Intended non-use of software may have an impact on question applicability
The help centre notes:
You should only ask practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face.
A strict reading of the bolded phrase would rule out a question if you did not intend to use the software, as it would not be a[n] "actual problem that you face".
It can't be right, can it?
I did what I always do when a user appears to have solved their question and submits a comment to indicate that fact. That was the sole reason for my close vote.
Also, a person is entitled to also try different software, it doesn't mean they are no longer going to try that other software, and it doesn't make a question invalid.
I'll focus just on this aspect of the question:
But community here will not wait for hypothetical case that the app developer finds the question... Shouldn't such a question simply remain open, waiting for the right answer (even forever) instead of being labeled as opinion based?
Generally, no. If a question can only be answered by someone with inside ...
I don't really agree that it is opinion based, but because there are a lot of technical reasons why you are seeing what you are seeing it is one that is difficult to answer with any real authority. It could be seen as "too broad" perhaps.
I saw your question and thought it might be a difficult one to answer but not necessarily impossible. It is one which ...