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OK, just for you: Put the following code in your Free Nodelet:

<!-- the HTML: --> Hide old replies: <input name="hide_old_replies" id="hide_old_replies" + type="checkbox" onClick="toggle_old_replies()" /> <!-- the JS: --> <script language="javascript"><!-- function toggle_old_replies(){ var chk = document.getElementById('hide_old_replies'); var state = chk.checked ? 'none' : 'table-cell'; var allelems = document.all ? document.all : document.getElement +sByTagName("*"); var inc = 0; for ( i = 0; i < allelems.length; i++ ) { if ( allelems[i].className == "reply-body" ) { allelems[i].style.display = state; } } } //--></script>

This only toggles the visibility of the bodies of "old" replies; the header boxes etc. for old replies remain visible. Hopefully that's sufficient for your desires.

Thanks to tye for applying the patch I wrote to make this possible.

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In reply to Free Nodelet Hack: Toggle bodies of Old Replies by jdporter
in thread Node parents shown while viewing a node by oha

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