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Tzafrir: By design, there are only three levels of commenting on a topic. See Flow/FAQ#Why is there limited indenting/threading of comments?
3 days ago 18:28, 21 April 2014
126.96.36.199: The reply box is placed where the post itself will appear when we save the reply. There is some old brainstorming around how to make it easier to read the comment we're replying to, and I semi-recall other design mockups (or discussions) for alternative methods, but I can't find them at the moment. Ping@MGalloway (WMF):?
2 days ago 23:08, 22 April 2014
188.8.131.52: This is partially explained at Flow/FAQ#Will we be able to edit other people's posts?, and in the "Comment editing" section of the table at Flow/FAQ#Components of the discussion system. Basically, only registered-accounts are currently able to edit their own posts, in order to ensure that only the original author can alter it (because IPs can be shared by numerous users). There have been some suggestions for a limited-time-window within which an IP-account could edit a post, which I've now written up formally here, but as noted it requires research as to how feasible that is.
2 days ago 19:04, 22 April 2014