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  • I was looking at the big thread [perl.org] and decided to go at it as if I'd never had read it.

    In doing that, I still found I'm wanting the same thing I've been wanting in the old system and in the in-progress discussions2 system: a [+] in the right-corner of a comment who's the parent of a thread within a discussion. I want to be able to toggle the class: hide at will, just like you can with the tags box.

    I'd also love to see a down arrow or something that would jump me to the next thread. Sometimes a thread starts of
    • by pudge (1) on 2006.05.04 23:49 (#47583) Homepage Journal
      In doing that, I still found I'm wanting the same thing I've been wanting in the old system and in the in-progress discussions2 system: a [+] in the right-corner of a comment who's the parent of a thread within a discussion. I want to be able to toggle the class: hide at will, just like you can with the tags box.

      You can do that. It's just not a "+". Click the title of the comment.

      Is any of the new code in ajax/comments.pl yet?

      It all is in CVS. The one problem is that we have it in comments.js which is not properly copied into your live images dir if you do not use the default theme and do not put it in your THEME.

      I noticed some of the .js commits lately but haven't ventured to look further. I'm curious as to if you're using memcached or what - because I'd think w/ the constant ajax hits this thing will provide, for the larger sites something'd have to be done.

      There is, now, almost no use of Ajax. It's only used to get the full text for a long comment, where we have the "Read the rest of this comment" links.