Wikiversity:Threaded discussions with NavFrames with subst/20070519162600
Questions? Comments? 
- Argument:I'm guessing that my comment goes here.
--JWSchmidt 17:14, 19 May 2007 (UTC)
- Argument: adding a thread to a deadend.
- reply to ":I'm guessing that my comment goes here" 
A one-liner may go here. 
- Argument: The script is becoming too small.
Perhaps I should change "argument" to "comment". 
- Argument: But I still like argument!
Testing sections 
Can there be sections within threads? --JWSchmidt 17:29, 19 May 2007 (UTC)
A one liner may go here. 
Argument: Here we can elaborate....
Here is the point: the REVISIONTIMESTAMP is precisely for that purpose. 
- Argument: BASEPAGENAME/1/1/1/1/1... can only produce a linear structure.
And try not to create your own section. 
- Argument: Use the "reply link" to create a new section, or else you would create a dead end.
I mean, 
My "A one-liner may go here" is a reply to ":I'm guessing that my comment goes here." and "Here is the point: the REVISIONTIMESTAMP is precisely for that purpose." replies "Can there be sections within treads". But that latter section was created articficailly (without pressing the "reply button") and so it hijacked the reply link to the previous comment. Or we can say, two different comments (and two different replies) were merged. That makes the questions and answers crossed. So it is a little confusing.
In short, Don't create your own section. Use the "reply" link. Once you have created a section, you are free to edit your previous comments, correct mistakes, etc.
IF you find this text too small 
go to a subthread by pressing the edit button.
Problem fixed by reintroducing a thread 
- Comment: See above.
Using the edit "button" for the new section that I started with the "external link" reply "button". --JWSchmidt 17:19, 19 May 2007 (UTC)
- Argument: To state a new point, use the "Reply" link, or else your comment would be a dead end.