I've written an answer that became very long. First, the info in the question was a bit general and I wanted to cover general cases by example. Then, inspired by another answer I extended the answer to be longer.
Now, the question has been clarified by a screenshot and became a bit more specific, basically rendering my answer as to general (as I feel it). So, as a good citizen of SE, I edit my answer also to be more specific and make it start with the specific answer.
For now, I kept the old answer in the bottom, but the total is really long. And I do agree with the short and concise principle. (openSUSE wiki style guideline).
Keep it short and concise
When writing, consider how quickly you decide to read on, or not. Poorly written and overly wordy articles will not be read.
- Do not add irrelevant or redundant content. People will read short, clear articles that give the information they need. But they will flee those bloated with irrelevant content.
- Use a consistent, non-cluttered format from top to bottom. No one will read a lengthy article broken into sections by miss-matched layouts or colors. Those just make reading slower and serve to drive away the reader.
- To make your article useful and popular, keep it short and concise!
Should I cleanup the answer? In that case I intent to keep only the Edit 2 section, and maybe 1 or 2 facts from the first version.