One of the things I’m finding in my day to day use of discourse is when navigating across quotes is that I feel like I will lose my place if I hit a “jump to quoted post” button, so I tend to avoid it. I think I’d use it much more to get context if I could get back to where I was previously.
If the quoted post is not in direct reply to the post, there is no easy way to get back to where I was pre-jump, as it doesn’t show up in the “n replies” links. I don’t see any indication on the post I jumped to to bring me back. Something like the “back” mark on the timeline might be a good indicator of what I’d like. Using u is not saving history in the jump.
Is there an easy way to jump backwards through posts and get a breadtrail to return through that I’m missing? Should I be using my bookmarks for this? Would it be up for discussion to save history so the back button/shortcut can return me down in-topic links?