Why does the "reply" button disappear after so many "responding to" posts in the forums?
Oddly, it doesn't seem to disappear for everyone in a conversational thread. Just me. I'm forced to scroll up until I find a reply button, and hope my post ends up in the right place to be relevant to the conversation.
My understanding is that the replies (when the posts are threaded, not chronological) have gone too far to the right.
Thanks Wry. I figured that was it as well, but OTHER people seem to get to address one another in ever ascending rightness, where I cannot. On my own forums, no less. It gets frustrating.
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