A forum thread has a lot of comments and people comment on any previous comment made. If there are many comments on a paricular point, the system closes up the comments and states "4 replies".
Problem is, when you get notification that a comment has been put on a thread, you have to hunt for the latest comment, sometimes going thru the entire thread to find it, and constantly open each of the "4 replies". This is driving me crazy and I normally give up looking.
Is there a way to zero in on the latest comment made to a thread without hunting?
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