I looked at the two links, I still think both are self-explanatory when you know what it is about.
$dialog().ontop would reflect if -o has been used with /dialog
$timer(wildcard*,N1) would return the Nth timer whose name matches the expression.
This discussion has really gone too far already and you are welcome to take the advice on improving posts or to ignore it. But just to be clear on this one point of yours... if you had said both of those things in your feature requests, then the requests would be much more clear. It's never a bad idea to add more information than necessary (if it's relevant) instead of potentially leaving not enough information.
Also, argv0 and others do ask people to be more clear all the time. He did that here as well, but instead of just saying "What?", he gave some information on HOW to be more clear. Like I said, you can choose to ignore it or you can take the advice and learn from it so you can improve future posts and reduce the confusion and time spent on figuring them out. Complaining about someone giving you advice on improving something doesn't really make much sense.
And just because people aren't constantly replying with "What?" doesn't mean they always understand. A lot of people will see something that doesn't make sense to them and instead of replying, they just ignore the thread entirely figuring someone else who can figure it out will respond. When you have a post that gets no replies for a long time, there's a good chance that's what is happening.
Either way, I'm done replying about this. There's nothing more to offer you if you don't want the suggestions. If you are willing to take the advice, then understand that the advice is there to help you improve and not to criticize you. Take what you can from it and move on rather than arguing about it.