Hi All, can someone help me understand the logic that is used for the inline or indented reply feature? I can’t grasp the logic behind this.
I was testing the inline or threaded reply feature in the try.discourse.org forum. In my test, I did not use the reply button at the bottom of the post, I used the reply button that appears on every individual post so that it will produce the inline or indented effect.
Say I have the following posts in a topic
Poster 1 - (comment 1 in the topic)
-----Poster 2’s reply - (comment 2 in the topic)
Two Questions if I may:
- If Poster 3 comes along and creates comment 3 in reply to comment 2 , will there be a 2nd level indentation in the topic so that the thread will look like this below?
Poster 1 - comment 1 in the topic
-----Poster 2’s reply to comment 1 above - comment 2 in the topic
------------Poster 3’s reply to comment 2 above - comment 3 in the topic
- If Poster 3 creates comment 3 in reply to Poster 2 - comment 2 , shouldn’t comment 3 appear with the ARROW icon in comment 3 similar to this image here with the arrow?
I have been testing and can’t seem to grasp the logic that is used for the inline reply . And a user in our community points out the issue we are experiencing in question 2 above.