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See http://www.question2answer.org/qa/user/q2apro.com/answers

Kind of usability bug. A user sees his answer list and clicks the title, instead of coming to the answer the question opens "on top". If there are 100 answers it is hard to find your own answer.

The question titles in the /answers/ list should definitely be linked to the answer, i.e. adding the show parameter in the end.
Q2A version: 1.7.1
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Just had the situation myself right now, when I needed to check a user's answers for spam. I opened the 30 answers from the user into new tabs. Just afterwards I realized that it opened only the questions.

Then I had to close those 30 tabs again and to click on the "answered" link --- because *I* know that this is possible.
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Furthermore, which I regard as a bug: The votes displayed are *not* for the answer but for the question.

If I open an answer list and I see "3 upvotes" I immediately think that those upvotes are for the answer given, because I am on the answers list of user x.

Quite misleading. And I once reported this bug here in the forum: http://www.question2answer.org/qa/23243/count-answers-certain-should-display-votes-answer-question

I see a non-minor problem here.
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So, again, this suggests that a *different kind of list* should be used. This could also include removing the view count as it is part of the question rather than the answer. Maybe, in order not to lose a feature (being able to link to the question too), this list could be inverted so that instead of seeing an "answered" link there could be an "asked" link. That way, both behaviors can be kept
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My only thinking is: "it should be as easy as possible."

List of answers:
- Link to answer (wears question title)
- Vote count for answer

We don't need the view count.

Here is an example of this design: http://www.mathelounge.de/user/echteinfachtv/answers

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