This thread has generated several good suggestions for
making it easier to find new replies to old nodes including
changes to newest nodes
and writing your own client.
I thought you'd like to know that my newest nodes client
xNN has this capability. In threaded mode, only nodes
whose parent is a new node are threaded in nested lists,
replies to older nodes are listed in a seperate table after
the threads. Since each reply in the 'replies to older nodes'
table also has a link to its parent node represented by
node id, it's easy to tell how old each reply's
Here's some sample output from today:
Check out my Perlmonks Related Scripts like framechat,
reputer, and xNN.
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