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Direct comment links don't jump to the comment when it is hidden.

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Currently, comments past the fifth(?) comment are hidden for length purposes. However, this breaks the ability to automatically scroll to the comment when using a direct link.

For example, I recently got a notification for this comment: https://meta.codidact.com/questions/277002#comment-3855

It took me a while to find the comment I got mentioned in because it didn't scroll to it, and I had to manually check the comments on each post.

I think that the relevant comment section should open up automatically when using a direct link so that the comment can be scrolled to.

(I'm not really sure whether to mark this as a bug for unexpected behavior or feature request, so I'm tagging both. Someone can edit one of them out if they feel like it)

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