PS - I do think the "gray x" is much better as a default for the standalone plugin. So, thanks again, VB! I'd launch CIB 1.0 now-ish, but am superstitious... oh yeah plus there's one or two housekeepingish things I still want to do. (Lots of work been going on under the hood.)

Yes, the idea is or was that eventually the arrow could drop down to reveal a series of things to do with the comment or commenter (ignore-commenter, highlight-commenter, highlight comment, also report comment, possibly share comment and others), but I'm not a hunnert percent on how and when to implement the additional options, and, for stand-alone purposes, I think your suggestion is certainly worth looking at.

It may seem minor to you, but for my purposes it's a quite significant choice, since for the vast majority of users, the vast majority of the time, it will be the entire visual presence of the option. I want it to be subtle: I decided the bright red "x" was too obtrusive, even very small and faded to pink. Twitter for Android uses the down arrow to drop down an 8-item menu. Twitter for desktop uses an elipsis variant. But I think for the standalone, the gray x makes sense as first choice option. Easy to change. So much thanks again, even if it may mean I'll have to re-do the movie, too.

Additional notes:

The "ignore" feature works site-wide: If you ignore me here, I'll be pre-emptively ignored on every thread on the site - perhaps that should be emphasized in a couple of places.

Ignore List: Though in this implementation we leave the commenter's name intact, I imagine that in some implementations the ignored comment and user would be completely invisibilized. In those cases the ignore list would remind the user who has been quarantined. Adding the ignore list at all is completely optional, and the ignore list vs "Commenting at..." notice (you'd have to un-ignore everyone to see it here) is configurable.

https://youtu.be/MPfV7jEkeRM

Last: "undefined" is a leftover from the prior version. If you delete the cookies, it'll go away. Not sure what options your preferred browser gives you: Some will let you delete individual cookies. The two here are "ignorable" and "ignorable_names." I could make it possible to remove the commenter by clicking in the ignore list, or by "un-ignoring all." I might as well, since it's not hard to do. I could also make it easy for the user to hide the ignore list - but I also don't see the main option itself to be something that many users will often use, so the sub-options and sub-sub-options would be rarities within rarities (within rarities...).