Take an example on [this question][1]. Find my comment which read like:

>@Johan - Option 2 is already there. 10k+ users can edit deleted posts too.

[This is the link of that comment][2] But it is not redirecting us to the comment. The possible reasons I can say is:

- there are too many comments so some comments are hidden by default including mine.
- the comment is not upvoted (so it is not showing by default in other words we have to click on *add / show X more comments*).

When we see all comments then the link redirects us there.


After [this comment][3] by @Oded I have found the actual bug:

When all comments are shown the comment's link is like `question-link#comment-<CommentID>` (which redirects successfully when all comments are shown). But it will not redirect when all comments are not shown. Example link:


To redirect on hidden comments the URL is: `question-link#comment<CommentID>_QuestionID`. (Which redirects successfully even when all comments are *not* shown). Example link:


But comment's timestamp gives the first link (without `QuestionID`). So we need to change that link.

Tested on Chrome (Version 29.0.1547.66 m), Firefox (23.0.1), Windows XP

  [1]: http://meta.stackexchange.com/q/196731/187824
  [2]: http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/196731/can-we-nuke-spam-hate-answers-from-orbit-instead-of-just-marking-them-as-delete#comment-621687
  [3]: http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/196743/comment-link-doesnt-redirect-to-the-comment-when-there-are-too-many-comments#comment-621710
  [4]: http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/196731/can-we-nuke-spam-hate-answers-from-orbit-instead-of-just-marking-them-as-delete#comment-621699
  [5]: http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/196731/can-we-nuke-spam-hate-answers-from-orbit-instead-of-just-marking-them-as-delete#comment621699_196731