And if that could be thrown into a sort of tree on the Newest Nodes
page, it would be ten times clearer than now. Right now, it difficult to follow a couple of comments even though vroom
has provided a nice sort of next link in the node that you click. An organized, almost graphical tree could lead us in the right direction. Perhaps the "show no levels beyond x" option in the user settings could be adapted here. Just a thought. I don't know how difficult it would be to come up with something like that; vroom
has certainly made a great website as it is!
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