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When an answer is shown out of order, the notice doesn't account for sorting by activity

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When linking directly to an answer, that answer is shown at the top of the answers section and just now, a notice was added to inform the user of this.

The phrasing of that notice, however, seems somewhat unfortunate when answers are sorted by activity, as it always seems to read:

You are accessing this answer with a direct link, so it's being shown above all other answers regardless of its score. You can return to the normal view.

(where most of the second sentence is a link)

I propose that the text of the notice is

  • either changed to read "regardless of its activity" if and only if ?sort=active (sort by "Active" selected), keeping the text as-is when sort by "Score" is selected
  • or changed to read "regardless of its score or activity" regardless of sort selection
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