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Skip "direct link" message above the answer if there is only one answer

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If I jump to an answer directly from a notification, I get a box above the answer:

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.

If there is currently only one answer, this adds no useful information and actually confuses things a tiny bit because it implies that there are other answers.

Can we skip this message when there is exactly one answer to a question?

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