-ignore, I had posted a link, then doubted its usefulness and removed it again.
Peter's post somehow led me to wonder what would happen if I created a post, then edited it to insert a link to itself. Shouldn't be anything strange, but considering some other things I've observed while immersed in this Invision software, I just have to try it.
OK, here goes. What happens if I follow this link?
(Now I try it...)
Interesting! When I open the thread, it creates a new level in my browser, as I think it should. Then when I click on the link, it creates yet another level in my browser, but further clicks on the link don't add further levels. But I guess it's my browser rather than Invision that's responsible.
Oh, wait a minute! The first time, the URL is just for the thread, while the second time it's for the specific post. They just happen to give the same view when there's only this one post in the thread. So, a variation: link to the thread rather than to the specific post. Here.
Yep, that's it. No extra level when I click on the "Here" link from the full thread. That makes sense. The browser doesn't repeat a duplicate, but of course only if it's an exact duplicate. I guess I should have expected that.
Well, now I'd better get back to doing something useful.
As for those of you who bothered to read this post, we're both to blame, but if you take the trouble to duplicate my experiment, I will not accept responsibility for your foolishness... only for my own.
Edited by JimLucas, 26 September 2015 - 03:28 PM.