39 votes

We gotta move the comment box from the bottom of the comments to the top.

My scroll wheel will thank you.

60 comments

  1. [23]
    Deimos Link
    As mentioned, we've talked about this multiple times, and it's probably the most common request for change I've heard so far—I think most people think it's a mistake that it's at the bottom, not...

    As mentioned, we've talked about this multiple times, and it's probably the most common request for change I've heard so far—I think most people think it's a mistake that it's at the bottom, not something I did deliberately. People have already linked you to some of the other discussions about it, so let me cover something new this time that I've come to realize about why I like having it at the bottom.

    Of course, I think it's a good thing that it encourages people to read the existing comments before posting their own, but there's also a more subtle side effect to this: it encourages responding to other people over posting your own top-level comment. While you're reading the comments on your way down, it's more likely that you'll consider replying to someone else. Maybe you'll end up saying basically the same thing that your top-level comment would have, but now you're doing it by discussing with someone else, instead of just throwing your thoughts out (and hoping that other people start discussing with you).

    Also, yes, this gets more and more inconvenient as the thread gets larger, but I think that's also a good thing in some ways. I think most of us that have a lot of reddit experience have learned that once a thread gets to a certain size, a new top-level comment has very little chance of being seen by more than a tiny group of users. If we're coming into a large thread with hundreds of comments, we know that if we want any chance of our comment being seen at all, you pretty much have to reply to one of the chains that's already near the top. This situation isn't really great overall, but I think it's even worse because the comment box being at the top encourages people to post new top-level comments, which will probably feel discouraging when they end up getting no responses or even votes.

    One thing that I think is good to keep in mind too is that all threads don't have to behave the same, and maybe we can eventually have some different thread "types". For example, the introductions thread is one where people definitely should be encouraged to post new top-level comments (and the thread should probably also be sorted so the newest comments come first by default). So maybe in the future we could have a separate thread type that sorts by new by default and also moves the comment box to the top, since it's more appropriate in that type of thread.

    95 votes
    1. [2]
      cfabbro (edited ) Link Parent
      That would be awesome. I really really want to see the Introductions topic remain active for years! It is such a perfect showcase for the difference between ~ and most other aggregator sites if it...

      For example, the introductions thread is one where people definitely should be encouraged to post new top-level comments (and the thread should probably also be sorted so the newest comments come first by default).

      That would be awesome. I really really want to see the Introductions topic remain active for years! It is such a perfect showcase for the difference between ~ and most other aggregator sites if it does. Plus, I love going back and reading about the new users here. :P

      12 votes
      1. Aquarius Link Parent
        Daaamn this comment of yours is 3 months old! This site is much older than I gave it credit for when I asked for an invite!

        Daaamn this comment of yours is 3 months old! This site is much older than I gave it credit for when I asked for an invite!

        3 votes
    2. [4]
      crius Link Parent
      Mhm, what about giving the option to the OP to set the default comment ordering per topic? Of course every user then can order it as it want but the OP is the better person to decide if a topic...

      Mhm, what about giving the option to the OP to set the default comment ordering per topic?

      Of course every user then can order it as it want but the OP is the better person to decide if a topic would benefit from a specific ordering.

      I imagine this being part of "advanced options" when creating a post.

      10 votes
      1. [2]
        pun-master-general Link Parent
        I like this idea. Giving the OP options like "Prioritize direct replies to the post" (comment box at top) or "Prioritize discussion" (comment box at bottom, default) might be a nice middle ground,...

        I like this idea. Giving the OP options like "Prioritize direct replies to the post" (comment box at top) or "Prioritize discussion" (comment box at bottom, default) might be a nice middle ground, perhaps with which one is default depending on the group the post is in.

        11 votes
        1. cfabbro Link Parent
          That's certainly a nice middle ground solution we can definitely consider later. Although I think allowing comment box at top would have to be for very clearly defined circumstances (e.g. that...

          That's certainly a nice middle ground solution we can definitely consider later. Although I think allowing comment box at top would have to be for very clearly defined circumstances (e.g. that Introduction post) and not just "because I like it that way". It would likely be up to communities and their trusted users to decide the circumstances though.

          5 votes
      2. tori Link Parent
        This makes sense to me.

        This makes sense to me.

    3. [7]
      jgb Link Parent
      I like this, but do think that a 'jump to comment box' button would be a good thing nonetheless.

      I like this, but do think that a 'jump to comment box' button would be a good thing nonetheless.

      7 votes
      1. [6]
        cfabbro Link Parent
        If we add a "jump to comment box" we might as well just put the comment box at the top. People can already get around it by hitting End on their keyboard on most browsers but at least we won't be...

        If we add a "jump to comment box" we might as well just put the comment box at the top. People can already get around it by hitting End on their keyboard on most browsers but at least we won't be explicitly supporting the behavior of making a new top-level comment before reading the other comments.

        13 votes
        1. [2]
          nate Link Parent
          Good Tildes Pro Tip there! I'll have to start using the 'end' key more often!

          Good Tildes Pro Tip there! I'll have to start using the 'end' key more often!

          2 votes
          1. cfabbro Link Parent
            Pro-tip in general. End and Home take you to the Bottom and Top of webpages in most browsers. ;)

            Pro-tip in general. End and Home take you to the Bottom and Top of webpages in most browsers. ;)

            5 votes
        2. [3]
          jgb Link Parent
          I do think it would mitigate the urge to bash out an angry polemic to some extent, but I take your point - maybe positioning the jump button a little way down the page would be a good solution?

          I do think it would mitigate the urge to bash out an angry polemic to some extent, but I take your point - maybe positioning the jump button a little way down the page would be a good solution?

          1 vote
          1. [2]
            cfabbro (edited ) Link Parent
            Is it really that much of an inconvenience for people to scroll to the bottom to make a new top-level comment or are people just so used to the way it is on reddit and other sites that it just...

            Is it really that much of an inconvenience for people to scroll to the bottom to make a new top-level comment or are people just so used to the way it is on reddit and other sites that it just 'feels' that way? Honest question.

            For me personally, I think this is about sending a message and setting expectations by having it at the bottom more than it is an attempt to effectively prevent people from making new top-level comments easily. Someone will inevitably write a userscript that moves the element to the top and that's fine, but at least we're not explicitly supporting it by having the default being the way it is with no "jump to" option.

            7 votes
            1. Prince_Polaris Link Parent
              Heck, I already follow Deimos' idea on reddit after all, I don't often make top level comments, I prefer to respond to other people instead (unless it's a smaller sub where there's often like 10...

              Heck, I already follow Deimos' idea on reddit after all, I don't often make top level comments, I prefer to respond to other people instead (unless it's a smaller sub where there's often like 10 or so comments total)

              3 votes
    4. [2]
      what (edited ) Link Parent
      I support having the box at the bottom, but the comments sections really need some kind of pagination. Especially on mobile, it can be too much of a chore to scroll to the bottom of hundreds of...

      I support having the box at the bottom, but the comments sections really need some kind of pagination. Especially on mobile, it can be too much of a chore to scroll to the bottom of hundreds of comments.

      3 votes
      1. dodger Link Parent
        Or a small "scroll to bottom" fab button in mobile view only

        Or a small "scroll to bottom" fab button in mobile view only

        2 votes
    5. Fantastitech Link Parent
      My first reaction was that of OP's, then it clicked that every time I scrolled through a thread to leave a comment, the next time was a little bit slower. Started reading more and more top level...

      My first reaction was that of OP's, then it clicked that every time I scrolled through a thread to leave a comment, the next time was a little bit slower. Started reading more and more top level comments.

      2 votes
    6. SleepyGary Link Parent
      I don't mind the comment box being at the bottom but I've already seen once instance where someone assumed they were replying to a comment and not making a top level comment. I think there needs...

      I don't mind the comment box being at the bottom but I've already seen once instance where someone assumed they were replying to a comment and not making a top level comment. I think there needs to be a clearer indicator they are not replying to the comment at the bottom of the page.

      2 votes
    7. [2]
      merick Link Parent
      I can see what your intentions are behind this, but I wanna argue that while it encourages reading existing comments and expanding existing threads, it also discourages contributing at all. Since...

      I can see what your intentions are behind this, but I wanna argue that while it encourages reading existing comments and expanding existing threads, it also discourages contributing at all.

      Since you mentioned the introduction thread I'll use it as an example. I recently got an invite and quickly found my way to that thread. Even though I was going to post a comment there (granted, nothing special just a hello), there's no way I'm scrolling through 300 comments to get to the comment box. Plus, that problem would be magnified tremendously as the community grew and the number of comments grew with it...

      Maybe there's a reasonable compromise? Something like placing it down the page a fixed number of comments? That way it'd always be, say, 50 comments down even if the thread had hundreds of comments. I guess that would mean people would read the top comments more than the others, which could be undesirable, but then again, that's bound to happen regardless of comment box placement.

      1 vote
      1. Deimos Link Parent
        Which is why I think it should be at the top for threads like the introduction one, yes. In other very large ones, making new top-level comments should generally be discouraged. On reddit (where...

        Which is why I think it should be at the top for threads like the introduction one, yes.

        In other very large ones, making new top-level comments should generally be discouraged. On reddit (where the comment box is at the top), people constantly post new top-level comments on threads that already have hundreds or thousands of comments, and the chance that anyone even reads those comments is very low. Participating in the existing discussions is better.

    8. Rocket_Man Link Parent
      I'm really glad you brought up thread types. I've been thinking about them a lot and I think there's a lot of potential there for tildes to really define itself as being a better discussion platform.

      I'm really glad you brought up thread types. I've been thinking about them a lot and I think there's a lot of potential there for tildes to really define itself as being a better discussion platform.

      1 vote
    9. [2]
      HannibalAnthrope Link Parent
      I'm not sure I would agree with using a basic ui function to "encourage" certain user behavior, unless it is something you expressly prohibit in the rules, or is just invalid data. As you...

      I'm not sure I would agree with using a basic ui function to "encourage" certain user behavior, unless it is something you expressly prohibit in the rules, or is just invalid data. As you mentioned, threads get long, they already are even with this small group. I understand you'd prefer people read every comment before posting to be sure they're not saying the same thing someone else did. But I think it's a bad trade, your subtle side effect and encouragement for inconveniencing the user. Especially if the user has already used Search to see if their question was already answered. Or if their comment really wouldn't ever be a duplicate (a witicism? sharing a personal experience? etc..) And I'll be honest, for me, I'm not going to read every comment posted in every topic and group I want to post in.
      Just offering my $0.019 for what it's worth.

      1. Amarok Link Parent
        I think encouraging 'read' vs 'instantly type your knee-jerk response before reading' is a beneficial change for a discussion-oriented website. That's the same reason votes are on the right by...

        I think encouraging 'read' vs 'instantly type your knee-jerk response before reading' is a beneficial change for a discussion-oriented website. That's the same reason votes are on the right by default - read the entire line before voting on it. There are rather a lot of tiny, subtle decisions in the design of the Tildes UI that are meant to tease out better behavior over time (and help people unlearn old, bad behaviors from twitter/facebook/reddit).

        That said, a 10k comment thread using the current mechanics (which are the same as reddit) is no fun for anyone, so that'll be another problem to solve someday when threads get large. The commenting system will evolve and acquire new abilities to make large discussions into something more manageable. Just consider having submissions multi-homed in multiple groups someday and the longer thread life/bumping that goes on here. The comment system is going to have to grow up to accommodate that.

        3 votes
  2. [3]
    pHorniCaiTe Link
    Personally I think the box should be removed altogether, and a "Reply" link be added to posts instead that function the same way they do in comments.

    Personally I think the box should be removed altogether, and a "Reply" link be added to posts instead that function the same way they do in comments.

    16 votes
    1. nothis Link Parent
      I was thinking that might be the real answer to the issue. An opened text box screams “fill me” (whether it’s at the top or the bottom). Pressing the reply button is not of an active choice, if...

      I was thinking that might be the real answer to the issue. An opened text box screams “fill me” (whether it’s at the top or the bottom). Pressing the reply button is not of an active choice, if you really feel like you are having something to say.

      5 votes
    2. AlexSage Link Parent
      As I was scrolling I was thinking something like this. Maybe add a reply to OP button on every comment or something so you can comment where ever.

      As I was scrolling I was thinking something like this. Maybe add a reply to OP button on every comment or something so you can comment where ever.

      1 vote
  3. [16]
    cfabbro (edited ) Link
    We have talked about this and if the only argument for it is that it's "convenient" I don't know if that's enough. Allowing gif/image submissions and expandos for them is also convenient but that...

    We have talked about this and if the only argument for it is that it's "convenient" I don't know if that's enough. Allowing gif/image submissions and expandos for them is also convenient but that doesn't mean they are worthwhile to have on the site.

    The benefits of having the new top-level comment box at the bottom is that it at least forces people to scroll down to it, potentially reading comments along the way before making their own top-level comment. I can see the argument for adding a "to the top" button somewhere (like on the footer) though.

    11 votes
    1. flaque Link Parent
      I imagine there's a reasonable accessibility reason to have some sort of easy jump to bottom button.

      I imagine there's a reasonable accessibility reason to have some sort of easy jump to bottom button.

      5 votes
    2. [6]
      Doom Link Parent
      I understand your point. The only issue I see is that in a thread that has 100+ comments, starting a new comment chain means navigating to the bottom of the page. On another note, the night mode...

      I understand your point. The only issue I see is that in a thread that has 100+ comments, starting a new comment chain means navigating to the bottom of the page.

      On another note, the night mode is on point!

      4 votes
      1. [5]
        cfabbro Link Parent
        If a comment section already has 100+ top-level comments, chances are what you want to say may have already been said... and if after reading them all, you still firmly believe that your new...

        If a comment section already has 100+ top-level comments, chances are what you want to say may have already been said... and if after reading them all, you still firmly believe that your new top-level comment will have value, is scrolling to the bottom really all that much of an impediment to making it?

        10 votes
        1. [4]
          Emerald_Knight Link Parent
          I made this point previously, but one thing I find difficult is that text submissions often cover multiple points, and a good reply typically addresses all of them, but I lack the short-term...

          I made this point previously, but one thing I find difficult is that text submissions often cover multiple points, and a good reply typically addresses all of them, but I lack the short-term memory to remember all of those points at once. In order to properly reply to the post, then, I frequently find myself scrolling up and down between the comment box and the post content in order to figure out what I've covered in my comment and what's missing. This is a problem even in a thread with only 10 comments. It gets much worse if you're on mobile.

          8 votes
          1. [3]
            cfabbro Link Parent
            That's a very good point... but I think one that could simply be addressed by opening the same topic in a new tab and leaving it at the top so you can switch back and forth. We could also perhaps...

            That's a very good point... but I think one that could simply be addressed by opening the same topic in a new tab and leaving it at the top so you can switch back and forth. We could also perhaps add a "context" button at the bottom near the comment box to open the self-text there again as well so you can reference it when replying... would that be sufficient to address the issue, do you think?

            2 votes
            1. [2]
              Emerald_Knight Link Parent
              Opening in a new tab and switching back and forth wouldn't do. From a usability standpoint, that feels really, really off, especially for mobile users as you would have to deal with clunky mobile...

              Opening in a new tab and switching back and forth wouldn't do. From a usability standpoint, that feels really, really off, especially for mobile users as you would have to deal with clunky mobile browser tab management and you would be forcing them to increase their data consumption for something that shouldn't need it. A context button could work, though, as it provides a sufficient solution for referencing the self-text without all of the additional work, doesn't really inconvenience mobile users, and allows the comment box to remain at the bottom to encourage reading through other comments. It may feel a bit clunky, however, from a UI standpoint.

              Ultimately I'll accept whatever decision is made in the end, but strictly keeping the comment box at the bottom without built-in support for reviewing the content of what you're replying to just feels like a big usability flaw.

              7 votes
              1. cfabbro Link Parent
                Yeah I definitely agree we are going to have to put more consideration into built-in support for comments, especially if we want to keep the new top-level comment box at the bottom. "to the top"...

                Yeah I definitely agree we are going to have to put more consideration into built-in support for comments, especially if we want to keep the new top-level comment box at the bottom. "to the top" anchor, "context" button, etc. I personally like the way RES handles a lot of this stuff and I think adding an RES "macro" style dropdown with a whole bunch of necessary conveniences (like auto-linking to sections in the docs, blog, gitlab, etc in the comment) will also be a good solution for here.

                3 votes
    3. [8]
      Amarok Link Parent
      Maybe we can put in a 'jump to bottom' button that just takes the user directly to the bottom of the page. Us old unix geeks used to call this marvelous invention the "End" key. Perhaps there's a...

      Maybe we can put in a 'jump to bottom' button that just takes the user directly to the bottom of the page.

      Us old unix geeks used to call this marvelous invention the "End" key.

      Perhaps there's a case for a "jump to new" button as well, since finding new comments nested in thread chains is a bit annoying on larger threads.

      3 votes
      1. [7]
        cfabbro Link Parent
        I disagree with doing that simply because it totally negates the reason the comment box is at the bottom to begin with. If you're going to put a "to the bottom" button right on the site you might...

        I disagree with doing that simply because it totally negates the reason the comment box is at the bottom to begin with. If you're going to put a "to the bottom" button right on the site you might as well just put the comment box at the top. Besides that function already exists externally in most browsers in the form of the End key.

        5 votes
        1. [6]
          Amarok Link Parent
          It doesn't matter much to me since I know how to use the End key, so getting to the bottom of a 500 comment thread takes me 0.1 seconds. ;) Mobile users, those poor, disenfranchised souls - they...

          It doesn't matter much to me since I know how to use the End key, so getting to the bottom of a 500 comment thread takes me 0.1 seconds. ;) Mobile users, those poor, disenfranchised souls - they don't have such an easy shortcut.

          2 votes
          1. [5]
            cfabbro Link Parent
            TBH, mobile users (and I say this as one) tend to be more passive consumers of content anyways. It's remarkably rare that I scroll to the bottom to make a new top-level comment when using mobile...

            TBH, mobile users (and I say this as one) tend to be more passive consumers of content anyways. It's remarkably rare that I scroll to the bottom to make a new top-level comment when using mobile anyways since the touch keypad sucks balls. More often than not I simply bookmark a thread I want to reply to when I spot it on mobile then write my comment when I get back to my desktop.

            1 vote
            1. [4]
              Amarok Link Parent
              Are we discriminating against mobile users, dis-incentivizing them to comment? If we are, is that a bad thing for a quality-focused forum? I know I sound like an elitist prick saying this, but...

              Are we discriminating against mobile users, dis-incentivizing them to comment? If we are, is that a bad thing for a quality-focused forum? I know I sound like an elitist prick saying this, but I've been wondering for a long time if the explosion of reddit's mobile users base (which is most of the site now) has had anything to do with the quality slide we've seen there. I'm sure that's not the only factor at play, but I wonder how much it might contribute.

              They'll just use scripts to move the page elements anyway - but even then, isn't the discrimination still in place? Not many redditors use RES or know how to use user agent script tools like tampermonkey... especially on mobile.

              5 votes
              1. [3]
                cfabbro Link Parent
                Well @deimos has already mentioned adding specific features to assist mobile users. E.g. A ~ button on the comment box since that is a weird character to type on mobile, usually requiring 3 clicks...

                Well @deimos has already mentioned adding specific features to assist mobile users. E.g.

                A ~ button on the comment box since that is a weird character to type on mobile, usually requiring 3 clicks or 2 clicks and 1 swipe down. Another would be ` which is not even available to type on the default iOS keyboard making inline code impossible to write.

                So I think a lot of things are acceptable to cater to mobile users just for QoL purposes... but I don't think we should cater to them in ways that will potentially negatively effect the quality of the site, e.g. moving the new top-level comment box to the top for them.

                And yeah people using scripts to custom tailor their experience is inevitable but at least we won't be explicitly encouraging certain behavior by making those modification default on the site itself.

                2 votes
                1. [2]
                  zowesiouff Link Parent
                  backquote is available on the iOS keyboard, though - let's be honest - it's a bit convoluted :) quoting this StackExchange answer:

                  backquote is available on the iOS keyboard, though - let's be honest - it's a bit convoluted :)

                  quoting this StackExchange answer:

                  The backtick/backquote was added to the iOS keyboard in 4.1. You need to switch to the numbers keypad and then press & hold apostrophe to access it. Once the variations show up - slide your finger without removing it from the screen. Remove your finger when it's over the correct ` key.

                  1 vote
                  1. cfabbro Link Parent
                    Ah thanks for that, I had no idea... it'll be annoying but at least I can do it. I still think a special ` option in a "macro" dropdown on the comment box iteself will be the nicer option.

                    Ah thanks for that, I had no idea... it'll be annoying but at least I can do it. I still think a special ` option in a "macro" dropdown on the comment box iteself will be the nicer option.

                    1 vote
  4. [5]
    insubstantial Link
    I think it's important that people read the comments that exist before jumping in to say potentially the same thing. Having the comment box at the bottom also every you really want to say the...

    I think it's important that people read the comments that exist before jumping in to say potentially the same thing. Having the comment box at the bottom also every you really want to say the thing you are saying.

    A small thing like this may mean the difference between good conversation and memes.

    9 votes
    1. [4]
      AlexSage Link Parent
      Until we become larger and there literally hundreds or thousands of comments of which many could be contained in one comment chain.

      Until we become larger and there literally hundreds or thousands of comments of which many could be contained in one comment chain.

      2 votes
      1. insubstantial Link Parent
        I continue to stand by what I said. People aren't entitled to a top level comment for the sake of having one. If we want to be different than Reddit, we need to look at what people already said so...

        I continue to stand by what I said. People aren't entitled to a top level comment for the sake of having one. If we want to be different than Reddit, we need to look at what people already said so we don't repeat as much.

        7 votes
      2. safari Link Parent
        If they're contained on one comment chain, there is a [-] button next to the username that will collapse the chain from that comment.

        If they're contained on one comment chain, there is a [-] button next to the username that will collapse the chain from that comment.

        1 vote
      3. merick Link Parent
        Yea, that's definitely not scalable in my eyes. The introduction thread is a good example. I was gonna say hi in that thread, but I quickly changed my mind when I saw I'd have to scroll through...

        Yea, that's definitely not scalable in my eyes. The introduction thread is a good example. I was gonna say hi in that thread, but I quickly changed my mind when I saw I'd have to scroll through 300 comments to do so.

  5. what Link
    After using tildes for a while, I have to say that I prefer having the comment box at the bottom. That, combined with the stricter rules, does encourage discussion better than on Reddit

    After using tildes for a while, I have to say that I prefer having the comment box at the bottom. That, combined with the stricter rules, does encourage discussion better than on Reddit

    7 votes
  6. Doom Link
    See, look! It's way down there.

    See, look! It's way down there.

    4 votes
  7. [2]
    Noob Link
    @deimos if you plan to keep the comment box down then you have to add a feature that divides and sections older posts - to view them you need to click "View more comments" or something. Look at...

    @deimos if you plan to keep the comment box down then you have to add a feature that divides and sections older posts - to view them you need to click "View more comments" or something.

    Look at tildes Introductions: https://tildes.net/~talk/dk/introductions

    211 comments and the scroll is massive. Nobody will read all 211 comments. Those who want to for sure will click the "View more comments" button/link. This move will be best even for future AMAs and whatever floods a post.

    Keep it up! Loving the community here already.

    4 votes
    1. merick Link Parent
      As someone who gave up on commenting there because there were 300 comments to scroll through, I agree.

      As someone who gave up on commenting there because there were 300 comments to scroll through, I agree.

  8. [2]
    taterbase Link
    I really like the idea of keeping the comments box on the bottom but I think users who want it to be on top will always find a way. Whether it's with enhancement scripts or hitting the "end" key...

    I really like the idea of keeping the comments box on the bottom but I think users who want it to be on top will always find a way. Whether it's with enhancement scripts or hitting the "end" key like someone mentioned above.

    If the location of the comment box is meant to encourage a certain behavior I think simple positioning might not be enough. Maybe there are other methods.

    3 votes
    1. merick Link Parent
      That's a good point. As soon as browser extentions such as RES ( TES? =P) start coming out, that decision won't matter anymore.

      Whether it's with enhancement scripts

      That's a good point. As soon as browser extentions such as RES ( TES? =P) start coming out, that decision won't matter anymore.

  9. [2]
    jeff Link
    I’m thinking it might be nice to keep it at the bottom, but... Load the page with top level comments expanded and all replies to top level comments collapsed. Then it’s easier to scroll through a...

    I’m thinking it might be nice to keep it at the bottom, but...

    Load the page with top level comments expanded and all replies to top level comments collapsed. Then it’s easier to scroll through a topic and see if there are any reply threads that are of interest to dig into a little bit, or not.

    2 votes
  10. [3]
    rorso Link
    I feel like I'm missing something... but you could always just press the END key?

    I feel like I'm missing something... but you could always just press the END key?

    1 vote
    1. [2]
      UrsulaMajor Link Parent
      Unfortunately, there's no END key on mobile. :'(

      Unfortunately, there's no END key on mobile. :'(

      3 votes
      1. rorso Link Parent
        Good point. I don't use mobile much so didn't think of that.

        Good point. I don't use mobile much so didn't think of that.

  11. NubWizard Link
    I like that the comment box is at the bottom because it really does force me to read through the comment chains. I do wish there were a button below the comment box that would allow me to go back...

    I like that the comment box is at the bottom because it really does force me to read through the comment chains.

    I do wish there were a button below the comment box that would allow me to go back home or go to the ~ I am browsing. Right now you have to scroll all the way back to the top after making the comment.

    1 vote