My StackOverflow experience tells me that once a hold is put on a question it's very unlikely to ever be removed. However, since this is English Language & Usage I wondered if there might be hope. I've edited the question. Now I ask if there is more I should do or if I should shut up and take the hold like a man.
As one of the closers, I can explain that I had no idea what you were asking for; I'm sorry about that.
As a non-programmer, I still have absolutely no idea what you're asking for. However, in it's edited form, even though I certainly can't figure it out, I usually don't vote to close such a question because there are plenty of programmers on this site who might have the answer.
So what you did is the right thing. When a question is put on hold, the correct thing to do is to edit it, and nominate it for reopening. If you're brave, you come to meta for support. It's not unusual here for a well-edited question, or one that is explained adequately, to be reopened.
I'll vote to reopen since I would not have VTC the question if asked in it's present form. If four other people understand it, think it's on topic, and think it's answerable, then mission accomplished.