@prologic I made a quick PDF with my POV on the Reply button. Please feel free to ignore it, ask for more info, explain why I’m crazy 🤪, etc.
Something I forgot to add, is that compared to Twitter, when you are replying to someone it’s extremely redundant what and who are you replying to:
You get the text, a label (Replying to @), and a connection line between the previous Tweet, and that to be written.
Note: I’m not saying Yarn should behave like Twitter. It’s more to take Jakob’s law into consideration.
Somebody hits reply and the post box moves underneath what you’re replying to. The same would apply to forks.
@prologic correct! I’ll look into it tonight 👍
@eaplmx I fully agree, I don’t understand this behavior either. The subject hashes are definitely missing, that’s for sure.
@prologic Aha! I now get the idea behind it but to the user this is really weird and inconsistent. It just looks like you’re starting off a new root twt. At least that’s what I was thinking when I encountered that. Fun fact: Every now and then I just want to mention somebody in a new root twt, so I just reply to a conversation that person had participated in and remove all other mentions and the twt subject. This way I don’t have to type out or copy-paste the mention myself. In
tt that is.