I was looking for one that had more than one idention depth. Seems I can't find one. Lithium may have some limitations but one indent is better than none from a read-ablity standpoint.
Just for comparison, here is one I got from Jive.
@werner_exinger I don't think the Community Issues forum existed when I originally posted this, and @Tmetcalf's message said specifically to post them here at that time: https://community.ptc.com/t5/Welcome-How-To-s/Greetings-and-Welcome/m-p/475170#M9
Perhaps an admin could move it to the correct location.
Yes, the "Community Issues" section was created later. I thought that the "Welcome and How-To" was intended to contain official advise and tutorials about how to achieve certain things in this forum and Toby created "community Issues" as to not clutter the How-To section. But now Toby has written in "community Issues" that he wants questions, reports about problems, feature requests, etc. here. WOnder what "community Issues" was meant for then.
Anyway - ist seems that your post is in the right section and my rants aren't.
Good day everyone,
Now that vacation is over and I am in the office, I am attacking many of the issues and this one in particular.
Along with working with Lithium for solution options, our internal UX team is looking into this too.
Indenting comments (issue ID#21) is an active, high priority issue that we are working on. We are testing a group of UX updates in Stage to ensure that the push to Production won't activate any new issues. All high priority issues are updated in this sheet. Thanks for your undertstanding and patience as the new post-migration team works to resolve the reported issues.
Yes! This looks like it's working the way it did before.
Also, it has the "Reply" link so users can reply to the specific comment.
After I posted this, I noticed 2 things:
1. My reply was put at the end of the last comment, instead of after the comment I replied to.
2. My comment was shifted to the next page, which is another issue with this new forum; there's no way to increase the pagination length.
I prefer no pagination. That way I can see all of the comments in the correct indented order, the way the users intended.