>could you offer clarification on your comments on inline replies, and what behavior ctrl+click should have?
Yeah, sure. Hopefully it'll be clearer this time, otherwise please let me know if you have specific questions.
>>when inline expanding replies to a post, the clicked replies gets highlighted to show which replies you currently have inlined
Pic #1 shows a post that has several replies, two of which have been inlined. If you were done reading the posts and wanted to remove the inlined replies (by clicking on the reply links next to the replied-to post number), you'd have to read the post number of the first inlined post, and then compare it one by one against all the post numbers of the replies to the original post, and then repeat for the second inlined post, and at this point it's almost easier to just refresh the page. Compare to just how easy it is in pic #2 by highlighting the links of the replies that have been inlined. This is just a mock up, you can do the highlighting as you think it's best.
>image expansion on inlined posts just like with non inlined posts
On vichan, inline-expanded posts can't inline-expand images. If you inlined one post and clicked on the image of that post, the image would open in a new tab. I think ideally inlined posts would be able to expand images just like non inlined posts.
>what behavior ctrl+click should have
Basically I'd like the inlining behavior of vichan on normal click, and the current functionality we have here on ctrl+click, so you have the best of both worlds. Otherwise, it'd be impossible to navigate the thread by following the quote/reply chains.
Something else I forgot to request: viewing replies on hover posts. Currently hovering here does not show replies to the hovered post, but it does on vichan. To show an example, pic #3 shows how it looks here, pic #4 shows how I'd like it (vichan). The way it currently works makes you go to each reply to see if it in turn has replies (and then navigate back), which makes hovering a bit pointless since you're getting incomplete information.
Oh, speaking of this. If I remember correctly, the mobile version does not show any detail about attachments. It doesn't show a filename or extension, or weight or anything else for that matter.
Sorry for being a pain in the ass