This is curious:
There is a particular comment thread I am following from one author, on an article on his page.
If I see a notification on my feed (home page) that there was a new comment, and click that link, it will take me to the page, and drops me at the very top of the article.
However, if I click on the same link from the "notifications" tab in the left menu, it then sends me to the page, and zooms me right down to the most recent comments, which is where I actually want to be.
What's up with that?
There isn't a "jump to last post" button on articles; only in the forums. I'm talking about a comment thread that is ongoing on an article. ;-)
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