I’ve changed the site’s design, by popular demand. Nested comments weren’t working very well in the old one, although this design has its comment flaws, too: Namely, when the site automatically closes the input option for new comments, it causes all existing comments to vanish as well. I’ve put in a request to change that with the designer. Meanwhile, I’ll just sit here and sadly miss the days when having a decent blog CMS didn’t entail relying on others to provide working layouts for me.
This new look is OK, I guess, but it’s a lot less interesting than what was up before. On the other hand, it’s designed specifically to look good on mobile browsers, and the responsive design means I’m no longer limited to 480-pixel-wide images, something that never worked well with all the NES screenshots I use (as they’re 512 pixels when doubled in resolution for display and thus have to be cropped). It’s too late now for the Anatomy of a Game articles that have come before, but moving forward there’ll be no more screenshot butchery.
I’ll keep fine-tuning the look. And you? You enjoy your nested comments. Hopefully they’re worth the aesthetic trade-offs (and hopefully I can get the vanishing comment issue resolved).