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I do not understand this 「指摘しない程度に」 .

It appears in advertisements and also I received a letter, an answer to my Q and I just don't get it:


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It would probably be faster if I just answered rather than leaving a comment since it is an easy question, but how is this question any better than the other "translation" questions that get closed? – l'électeur Jun 17 '14 at 7:13
@非回答者 The question has only been around for 40 minutes or so. It takes time for close voters to show up and vote to close a question. You have more than enough reputation to cast close votes; if you think this should be closed because it is a translation request, you can do so. – senshin Jun 17 '14 at 7:34
On the flip side, if you think this question is OK to answer, by all means go ahead and do so. – ssb Jun 17 '14 at 9:51
I don't think this deserves to be immediately closed because where and why OP got stuck is specific and almost self-explanatory. However, I have difficulty figuring out what is said here with 100% confidence. Is this a real ad? And what's this ad for, maybe a wearable device or something to correct the posture of musicians? – naruto Jun 17 '14 at 11:46

To be blunt, this was probably written by someone with poor writing skills. I would correct it at least to:


This'd still not be particularly well written.

I think the intention is better expressed e.g. like this:


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