*But that posting text form should open right under the comment that is being replied, not on top like for the new independent comment.
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@andrew84 Yes, that's possible, but first the current solution would have to be re-built to allow linking to an arbitrary comment through a blog post. Currently we only render 10 most recent comments with ability to manually show older comments - this would have to be changed in a way that automatically loads relevant portion of the comments thread that includes the comment you are linking to.
We'll try to achieve that when redesigning the solution to support tree-like view, so if anything, this can be implemented afterwards.
For the Vivaldi blog you do not need to go to the forums to edit,delete, see the thread in full tree fashion.
Not true, again. On Vivaldi blogs you still need to go to the forum to edit or delete your comments.
The only thing that is correct in your statement is that they render comments in tree-like view. It has been said multiple times in this thread already, that it is on our roadmap and will be implemented soon.
At the same time, we want to make it work better than how it is implemented on Vivaldi, where all comments are rendered oldest to newest. Their approach, while simple and easy to implement, forces users to scroll all the way to the bottom of the page to read new comments, and then all the way up again to write a comment.
Contrary to some claims in this thread, we do think about the user experience. The way Vivaldi does it right now is not a good UX from our perspective, so we are working on figuring out a better solution. Much like we have put a lot of effort into streamlining logging into comments section when on blogs (compare it yourself between our version and Vivaldi's).
So, once again, tree-like view WILL be added here, along with at least some other requested minor enhancements.
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Only difference is that they have implemented their blogs within the forums for seamless and one destination experience.
Well... no, they didn't. Their blog is using Wordpress (https://vivaldi.com/blog/) and their forums uses NodeBB (https://forum.vivaldi.net/), just like Opera does. They are even on separate domains, as you can see.
@aphaltgrau I definitely would not call it "dodging it".
It is an effort to add such feature and we must know if and how this could be useful for anyone, so that we can prioritize this accordingly, since every change takes time. Implementing this "just because" and "reasons don't matter at all" is not a good way to manage company resources and not a good way to provide meaningful enhancements to you.
@johnd78 Sure, I think I can. Without going into too much details: we decided (long time ago, really - we just didn't have resources to address that earlier!) that Disqus is not fulfilling all our needs: