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This should be a quick 2-second patch to add a bit of functionality to the Writeups page on each user's nodes.

Basically when you view a user's writeups, you see a linkable anchor to their particular writeup, and then within that, you have the option to see the '..in reply to' and '..in thread' links to go up one or to the top node in the thread.

If the 'Node ID' was linkable on the actual Writeups page, a user could enter the thread from the top and begin reading down, without having to click on the particular reply in question (i.e. it would go to the root node). Sometimes I'd like to see the whole thread, outside my own reply, but having to click on my own reply, then on '..in thread' from there is one extra click I'd rather not have to do (not to mention the load on the server for the useless click and query to bring up my reply, which I use to bounce to the top of the thread anyway, and the network delay associated with that query; 21 seconds between pages now).

It currently looks like this:

Node ID Writeup Rep Created
190426 Re: owner of a file 6 2002-08-15 11:05:16
190417 Re: Showing , etc in HTML 2 2002-08-15 10:48:52
What I'm suggesting would look like this (i.e. the Node ID would link to the root node of that reply):
Node ID Writeup Rep Created
190426 Re: owner of a file 6 2002-08-15 11:05:16
190417 Re: Showing , etc in HTML 2 2002-08-15 10:48:52

The query to return the Node ID is already being done, why not just wrap it in [id://node_id|node_id] tags.. seems simple and non-destructive to the rest of the site integrity.


In reply to Linkable Node ID in Writeups by hacker

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